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SCHOOL INTEGRATION DECISION DELAYED HERE J



COURT'S RULING the record and submit memoran and were,. denied admission by All Negro principal! of Dad e ternoon. These Included. Mrs.
dum briefs. The attorneys for the school board on racial County public schools( were Thena Crowder, Holmes Elemen-
MAY BE MONTHS both ides said that regardless of, grounds. subpoenaed by the NAACP attorneys tary; Anthony Gardiner, Carver
the judge's decision, at that time Attorneys for the school had Most of the principalswere High; Roby George, Mays High;
AWAYBy an appeal will /be made to the previously Indicated that they called to the witness standto Mrs. Alese Gill, New Liberty City
ELLIOTT J, PIEZE United States Court of Appealsin will prove that the School Board testify. Elementary, and Mrs. Clora
New Orleans, La. and possibly is not operating a segregated Pearsall, Dunbar Elementary.
The showdown case on school to the United State. Supreme school system In Dade County, FIRST WITNESS CALEDW. All of those testifying on Mon- I
segregation In Dade County, pub-) Court. but instead Is operating a system C. Cogdell, principal of day said that they were not
lic schools, ended Wednesday The hearing,: opened Monday '; in accordance with the Florida Bethune Elementary School of aware of the fact that Negro "I
afternoon In Federal Court, buta afternoon before an exceptionally)I State Pupil Assignment law, Brownsville, was the first wit. students may attend ''alMVhlte
final decision In the care will large crowd of spectators, mostly which says that pupils are to be ness called by the attorneys, for schools, under certain conditions,
probably not be made for several' Negroes. asigned to schools nearest their the (plaintiffs. Cogdell testifiedon if they desired, as indicated by
months homes. direct examination that he the school board attorneys.

Judge Joseph P. Lleb, who PRETRIAL CONFERENCE had received Instructions from TUESDAY'S SESSIONHIGHLIGHTED
SUIT FILED BY GIBBON
presided at the hearings, delayed Before the court was called to AND OTHERS school officials that the School
a final decision until a later order Monday afternoon, a (pretrial Board has final authority tb i
date. i conference was held in the The suit, which resulted in the make assignments of students to The case went into its second
The judge gave the opposing judge's chambers in order to decide hearings, was filed by Fr. Theo the various schools, and that he Jay en Tuesday morning, before
attorney. Robert L. Carter of on certain matter and procedures dore R. Gibson, local NAACP: never received any Instructions I' another crowd of apecta tors. j
New York City, and G. E. Graves In the case. At the con- leader and a number of other to the effect that Negro students Mr% PcarsaU was again calledto
and Edwin Davis of Miami, for) ference the NAACP attorneyssaid arents, in behalf of their child- have a right to atend W hie the stand as the first witnesson
the NAACP; and Edward F. they will prove that two rep. The cla s suit Is regarded in schools. I Tuesday morning. '
Boardman and George Boles, of Negro students made application, legal circles as the ''key test of I Following Cogdell, six other I 'Following Mrs. Pearsall, Mrs I II I f
admission to' Is Florida's school segregation and principals were called to the Ida M. Ratcllffe, Northwestern
Miami, for the Dade County for I
School Board, four weeks to study II I under the Pupil l 1r Pupil Assignment L-aw. I stand to te-tify on Monday af. i (continued on page 5)) I

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35th YEAR, NO. 52 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES
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BOARD until the Supreme Court acts on had previously agreed. < to the delay
the school board's !petition for which was, a ked this morn-
TIME TO APPEALSt. review of the decision The Su- ing in an application filed by ,,
premi Court is in summer recess the board.
Louis Negro students
until Oct. 6.
will be missing at Central High
The rchool board has one weekto
School at Little Rock next Tuesday -
of here and Shoplifter 1p
file notice appeal I t ,
school ttarts.
when
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'*the application! for review( I
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The 8th Circuit Court of Ap
in- with the Supreme Court. Nabbed with
peals dealt the NAACP and
tegrationists a mickey Thursday NAACP MOTION DENIED $
when it granted a stay to its decision -
which would return the The clerk of the appeals court, Meat HaulEver -.-.----. ..._. ,..... ____ .._ '''__-0--'
seven Negro student to Central. Robert Tucker, said a motion The teenage dances sponsoredby : Grove Park along with Carolyn
Chief Justice Archibald K. filed by the National Associationfor tried to walk with 23' the Northwest Miami Junior i Walters representing Dixie Park,
Gardner announced from his the Advancement of Colored clothing Commerce the attendants of the ,
pounds of meat under your Chamber of and were queen '
home at Huron, S. D. that the Peop'e! and the attorney for the ? City of Miami Recreation Dept.on .
seven-judge court had agreed to Negro !students would be denied. Saturday Aug. 16, highlightedthe DANCE AT DIXIE PARK
grant the stay. This motion asked that the appeals Miss Delolse Donaldson, 30, of crowning! of "Miss Play- The scene shifts to Dixie( Park
Gardner, who wrote the only court issue its mandate on Qpa Locka tried It at the North ground" at the beautiful Bay- this Saturday night at 8 pan.
dissent in the 6-1 decision that I its decision reversing Jude Dade Food Fair Store, but it front Park Auditorium Mary Music will be played by Kiah
overturned U. S. District Court Lwnley's immediately.The gave her walk a decided wobble Alice Douse representing Dorsey Brown and his band. All teenagers a
Judge Harry J. Leml y's 2V4- NAACP had said that that caught the attention of store Park was crowned Queen and In the area are invted to
year breather order, said the stay Judge Lemley's order would >personnel. The suspicioufe store Shirley Saunders representing come out.-photo by Alston. .
was granted so the Little Rock still 'be in effect when school detective uncovered a 13-pound
School Board could appeal to the starts Sept 2 at Little Rode If the ham and 10 pounds of assorted
Supreme Court. mandate wasn't issued immedi steaks and chops under Miss

NO ACTION UNTIL OCTOBERThe ately.Jude Gardner said hat the Donaldson's In court Tueday dress. Judge Ben C. Miami Killer Found

stay order will be In effect seven judges of the Circuit Court Willard was not impressed with .
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Willie James Porter, 43,
yva. sought by police for the last four Opa Locka
years for the murder of his wife; ,
Julia, has been arrested lq >
( Hackensack, N. 'J* f Might get ;

extraditionand
Porter hat waived
will be returned to Miamito Pool
stand trial for the flaying of U
P' his wife in 1954.
A petition bearing revert I
Porter was arrested Au,. 5th thousand names of residents of
: 1 for reckless driving and driving I Bunche Park and ,the Opa Locke
r without Hcen.e. area was presented to county officials -

A routine fingerprint{ and on Tuesday for the buildIng -

photograph check; with the FBI of a swimming. pool for Ne- j

, in Wainlnzton diseased....that> groes.> K ... .*. .
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The petition was tinned by 15
i charging Porter' with the murder per cent of the registered voters
l. : of his wife. and requested the county to levy '

q "': f ",....,.. ."" Porter is being held In Hack a special tax, to pay for the pool.,,

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Miss Donaldton'i story, 'Her record districts like the one propose! *
MIAMI STUDENTS graduating from Other Miamians (not shown) jetting 4
of shoplifting roe back, as "Best .s.tired." 'he told
WUIum Cash
.. Florida A&M University during the mummer degrees" were James far as 1949 She. WM>sentenced UUoner Lloyd Burmide, ..
lr commencement exercises were James Bernice Williams Paulk, Fred William to six months. Another six has not been pigeonholed a

Bryan (I), Gloria Stallsworth, Henry Goa, Sands and Lonnie Curtis Wooten, months was: added on another and will not be pigeonholed" y

Rose Johnson, Levi Johnson Jr., RachelB. charge on which be had suspended Pressed to say how soon : a

Pratt, Fred Sands, and Elijah Rhodes. Fire Miamians were awarded the entering sentence. can find- the answer Davis' re

Miss Stallsworth and Goa, graduated with Master of Education degrees Richard The accused woman said she piled: \1"I'm
H. Hall Elijah Rhode if she signed a store even' hoping a stroke
distinction. Johnson was commissioned a Cohen, Lucille thought 'o \
admitting shoplifting wldom will come to in tfcii "
Dennis Thomas and George Thompson, statement me ,
second lieutenant. she wouldn't be prosecuted. i middle of the night"n..' \m' '

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campaign than his five wins
THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE JESCA's DAY 0ETHUNE four losses last season. and

,2 SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1958 CARE CENTER COACHES Three other towers of
LOOKING FOR strength Including Jessie Patter
NEWSDID son hard hitting .fullback Lloyd

LAWYER ASKS COURT TO . YOU KNOW . IMPROVEDGRID Johnson,, varsity end and Jake
That teachers at th* Jam e I*: Brown a four-year letterman
E. Scott Community AssociationDay SEASONDaytona will be greatly missed from lastyear

Squash Charges in African Care Centers and Kinder- Beach Any footbalj; :' squad.
garten have a definite responsi- coach whose backs outweight hi' Coach Matthews said that
the
for the needs of
bility meeting linemen has a pro/blem/ Such Is losses would be missed /but if
children placed in their care. the dilemma confronting 'Rudolph"Bunky"
Working with the child at what the line replacements come
and Ray-
Matthews
Mass Treason Trial the team would be
through in
ever level we find him k of primary mond Thornton as they make shape. The linemen .
teacher (good are outweighed
importance to every Wildcat
plans for the 1958 B-CC iby the backs but
are
at the centers.
.. :. and versatile.RICHMOND.
fast
PRETORIA (South. Africa and
REGISTER NOW Co-captains Bill Seed
,. (ANP) The leading defenselawyer I Vacation time is almost over Rufus "Ghost" Adams led a list
A CAL DARoQOj11j in South Africa's mas s.. and there will ,be the return of of 11 graduating seniors away
treason trial this week labeled : little ones to the centers. Parents from the Wildcats oamp but I HEIGHTS
the government's case "unintel desiring the bert in pre- Coach "Bunky" is looking for a I
w l1g ble" and a-ked the court to school training 'are invited to better showing in the coming Especially for ,Children

squash the charges. register their children at one' of II --- .

The defense lawyer ,I. A. Mai-i the two JESCA: Center Regis-
sels handed la: an 18-page no- tration begins Aug. 25, from 8 AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
am. to 9 a.m. and 6 pjm. to 9
charge tice that of objected hlih treason to the and main the pm. at 6306 NW 14th ave., rear ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000)) To conform with

two alternative charge of con- in Liberty Square and 7200 NW Florida LawIf
22nd 'ave.STAFF .
A bill to protect states rights travening the suppression of NOTES you have a driver's license we can Insure you

against Federal encroachment Communism act. Two of JESCA'iS, day care staff AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR
passed the House with ease bya
241 to 155 vote. It was inspired The prosecution has charged 91 members Mrs. !Annie Lenard PAY AS YOU RIDE with little down and 8 months to pay
and Mrs. Helen Stubbs have
men and women of various raceswith
iby Supreme Court decisions conspiring between 1952 just returned from Florida A&M
invalidating l state laws on the SERVICE FIRST MS. AGENCY
where studied
and 1958 to prepare the violent University they
grounds that Federal statutes
this A training and
overthrow of the state and its \ ummer.
covering the same subject mat- replacement by "Communist or .re-planning period for day care Open Dally and Saturdays to 5 p.m.

ter exclusive gave the Jurisdiction.Federal government The bill some other state." personnel Aug., 25.James. begins the week of 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9.5284COOK'S

permits Federal preemption only The lawyer told the court that E. Scott Community
'. when Conjres explicitly so pro- the attitude of the prosecution Association is a member of the It. ..It."I" .. -r-H,4t -- ,_ -
vides or when there is an irre- appeared to be: "Let's give them ''II United Fund of Dade County.
concilable conflict !between the everything the police have been Support ,the Fund.
Federal and state! laws concerned. able to get." He said the indict- !For (further; information call
ment must describe exactly PLaza 8-4791 or PL 8-4792. '
I what the accused have to face A30 KIDDIELAND
'From the Portland Oregonian: and 'toust not leave the accus- -- -
. The people of the United ed to ,ijua's what, the charge is." SMART ONES
States any free people would KINDERGARTEN
not tolerate intervention merely SAVINGS AND
for the''protection of the com- ENJOY RELAXED
1840 N.W. 152nd TerraceOpa
mercial interests of oil companies. LOAN PLANNEDFOR
That is not the reason U. S. Locka-Tel. MU 1.2710 #
Marines are in Lebanon. Theyare GREENSBORO
there !because (behind the oil Walter Cunningham, Prop.
and (behind the (power politics area GREENSBORO N.C. Per-
national purpose and responsibility mission to organize a federal Day School for Children up to 5 years
the heart of which is . savings and loan association in Certified Teachers Expert Care
eminently moral . Greensboro wa last 'week granted
soon I I a group of Negro /business and Wt Hot Meals Transportation Furnished
!Alaska to become the professional leaders.In .
49th state is described as the a fet of resolutions adoptedby Registration Begins August 15
"hottest ''Wildcat oil area in the the Federal Home Loan Bank
world- today"- -- In- an article- appearing Board Washington D. C., the with Holsom Hours 12 to 5 O'clock
in the American Petro- application from the organizing
leum Institute Quarterly. The !group was approved following Miss B. L. Higgs, .Supervisor
author says American 'oil ,comp- hearings conducted ;on July 9.
anies have' earmarked more than Major S. High bne of the attorneys -
$100 million for explorationalone for the group told reporters -
over the next two or three ,this week that plans call
years. for a sustained campaign to pro-
cure subscriptions' to savings ac-
The Pacific Gas and Electric counts required by the bank
Company of California has an- board and the construction of a AT LAST
nounced plans to produce elec- new building for the in-.titution.
tric power from the natural He said members hoe to open
steam of geysers. operations early in 1959.
Members of the organizing
Farm Journal points out that !group include: Julius Rankfnr, Available To Everyone
farmers stand, more to gain than excavation contractor;;! Clarence
any other group from the repealof Winchester realtor, Waddel Hin-
the 3 percent excise tax on nant plastering contractor; Ar- .
commercial freight transportation. thur Lee Jr., :petroleum dealer;
The total saving will 'be $540 Dr. F. A. Williams dean Gradu-
million and fanners will reap ate School A&T College; E. E. ray LOTS FOR SALEOR

;) a (third of it.The Smith Sr., mortician; M. T.
Alexander\ electronic engineer; -
National Conference of Arthur S. Totten, professor of -
Catholic Charities opposes en. Poultry Management A&T Col-
trance of the government Into lege; Mrs.. H. Hodnett schoolteacher HOME OF YOUR CHOICEIN
the field of hospital and medical and J. Kenneth Lee attorney -
> .
ijroui Insurance. Its spokesman ,

,- Monsignor John O'Grady, .----- --- - -
: "We (believe that It ibrlngs
Federal government too close WARNER t' "
problems of family life. It HINES. Inc. BeautifulRichmond
,
entire departure from the
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Lilly." |l and Company, the Licensed WaterprooflnpContractor and '. Heights

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'Insured City
producer of the Salk by I
and
County
vaccine has earned a -
1863 NW 69th St. ,
of but 6% cents per do e. Finest/ Community Living Especially For Children
Free Estimates i ,
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stores, are currently pur Call any hour i .A ill A LOTS
$1775 to $2950
newspaper, advertising at Ph. NE 5-6879 Le
rate of about $200 million a .. Reasonable Terms
according to Chain Store
.es.urr HOMES $8350 to $35,000

I I .."....."'"n.w'.I __ 1 FHAVAConventionalRICHMOND .
I\Irays Newsweek lie buried fees It:In"Many the

sands yet there has been Year 'round
Holsum HEIGHTS
There have 'been Nas- OFFICE

before. But this man has Bread is your guarantee -
capacity to Inflame the Mos of 14520 .Lincoln Boulevard
world as no other modern,, convenienceand
His voice . holy war Premium Open Seven Days Week
Quality a
war, holy war . carries j
of chaos all over (the goodness.Baked to perfection .
East The Arabs do have
aspirations and no one' for your eating Weekdays 9:00
to 8:00
that they must be helped a.m. p.m.
enjoyment-everyday.
\ better" agitation way of seems life. now But to WITH Saturday and Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

only the greater agitators KanHI SERVE IT WITH .
men 1n the Kremlin-'
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purpose Is ito /bend sub- Phone
peoples to their will." HolsumBread CEdar 5.6262 sAsk

P for ,Mrs.'Thelma Aranha, Mrs. Peterson or /

RICHMOND HEIGHTS COMMUNITY 'DRUGS Mr. Ledford <

Finest community 'living 6750 N.W. 15th Are. o IICQUM...w WDS

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SATURDAY AUGUST 23, 1958 PAGE 3 SULLIVAN SHOW
\ STAR MEAT MARKET

NEW YORK (ANP) Al-
thea Gibson, U. S. and Wimble-
don woman's tenni: championwill .
make her second appearance 1520 N W. 62nd Street "
J on "The Ed Sullivan Show," :
&I Sunday, Aug. 24.

Miss Gibson who this
,
BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE mer captured the Wimbledon sum- THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

title for the second straight year .
made her singing ddbut on the ,
NASSAU REMAINS GREAT FAMOUS BAHAMIAN
show several months
ago.
VACATION SPOT HOSPITALITY The Sullivan show is sponsored Fresh Meat Low Prices
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Just one,;hour from Miami by Among the many' fine Nassau by the Mercury-Lincoln Dealers ,
air, good pie Nassau, Bahamas, vlana (who helped to make my and the Eastman Kodak Co.,
"the land of ,pink pearls! ," remains stay .. very \ple'Iant( ( fcne are! and is seen on the CBS Televi-
one of the great vacation Magistrate and Mrs.. Maxwell. J. don Network, 8-9 p.m.EDT./ .
spots of the entire world. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs.. Jerome
Grlnedge. (1MI'. Grlnedge Is ,
During the past two weeks, it In charge of parcel post of the
was my pleasure to again visit!. Nassau post office.
that historic island, my annual ,
vacation trip and enjoy another Others. who also (helped to !
.stay which I'll probably never makeIt/< a fine vacation were''
forget i MlMtn Rowena Johnson and Ed. I
na BoWe. (switch 'board apera. *
tIn addition to being a fine vacation tor at the very fine Columbus
resort, Nassau !is also' one Hotel where ('lived.; while In
of the busiest cities in the Caribbean Nassau;. Mlsse Llllto' Smith, POTA1N'i
area. Conventions, large Priscilla Politer and Pearl, Ad.
gatherings, group tours and the deny' three very congenial
like are all very common, espec- Maids tat the Columbus, and a
ially during this time of the long lilt of_other* too numerousto
year. mention here.

BAHAMAS ASSOCIATION 1 ''I I highly ,recommend' the Co. I
OF ELKS MEET lumbus Hotel ae a fine place to
live when visiting: Nassau. The
Just one day after my arrivalin raftea. tare very reasonable and '
Nassau, on Saturday, Aug. 2, the accomodatloms and serviceare i
the Bahamas Association of Elks very good.MIAMIAN8 1L
composed of Elks Lodges of the
Bahama Islands, held a three VISITING
day convention in Nassau, which
attracted community-wide attention Among the many Miamians
Iwhom I met while visiting Nassau
and'proved to !be a shining -
success. At the present time are: Mrs. Alese Gill, principal -
this Association is composed of of the New Liberty City,
seven lodges three in Nassau I' Elementary School and her. '
including Eureka, Curfew and sister, :Mrs. Margaret (Williamr* .
Hercules Lodges, and four in the Mr. and Mrs. David II. Dobbs,
out island r. A large number of Mrs. Frankie Mae Smith, Dave
delegates and visitors ptttended "Mr. Swing" :Bondu, !Misses: Enid
the convention. Curtis, Vivian Clark and Roberta
White, Dudley Pinder, ltar- ,
BEAUTICIANS 'CONVERGEON old Brown, (Editor" H. E. S. I
ISLAND Reeves, Charles C. (North and" 4'
many others.
Following their history making
convention In Miami, a large NORTH OFFERS EFFICIENT
number of delegate and visitorsto SERVICE '
the 39th annual convention of
'the National Institute of Cosme. And speaking of Charles C.
tology, visited NaeMu on a 'spec North of North' Travel Bureau, i
tacular port convention tour, on who arranged by vacation trip, : 'ly ti
August 8, 9, and 10. Some earns. I'm happy to tell you that his -
by plane find others. by Steam service is Just fine. North has' BEN SCHALER ' '
arrangements with practicallyall
ship. of the leading downtown ho- (Mr. Ben)

The ''tour? was filled with nev tels in Nasjiu: for your accomo- Sales Mgr. JOHNNIE WARE
.r.to.b..forgotten activities as dations. H you plan to visit I am happy ,to joIn
only Nactauvtans can prevent. the Island, see Charlie for all Welcomes Johnnie Ware
and
Highlight of the tour were a arrangements. to Vic Potamkin Chey. your organization
formal banquet h.ldon Aug. 9, Organization. invite my friends for a
at the famous British Colonial' THANKS TO JOEWALKERI'd good deal.
Hotel, which honored the
like to thank Joe Walker
,
League and a number ,fof out.
standing citizens/ ;ef NaWfcu for the Gospel Blind Boy, for substituting
for me while I was on We invite Patronage
distinguished (service! and a your
vacation and keeping the
hair ,style' review and. fashion pro-
extravaganza, held Aug. 9 and 10 gram. going. It was another great
vacation, one that I'll not soon
at the tt
popular / and Fiddle
forget. Attain, thanks to all who \ \r A
Night Club. Both affair. w.r.aponaor.d ,1\ A --
helped to make it pleasant andI :
by the Moderns Beeau-
ty Alumln .Association of Nassau hope to see you again next
which, was the official host year. Okay, Nassau Bahamas.
We handle all
for the part convention tour. I STUDENTS' FAREWELL can your
Madame Willie Mae Saunders Is BALL
founder and ((president of the ..*
soclatlon. ,; Interest is high, anticipation is

HONORED CITIZENSA keen the community and anxiety anxiously is igreat awaits, a- Automobile needs . ffNew or UsedCars"

total of six iwidely known the mott talked of coming event
Nassauvians were honored at the -the annual Students' Farewell
banquet. These were- The Hon. Ball, which comes off on Thursday at low GMAC or Bank
Maxwell J. ,Thompson, Chief evening, August 28 at 10
o'clock at the '1 Carl
cm Square
Stipendiary and Circuit Magistrate -
; the fflon. Gerald C. Cash, Ballroom.
member of the executive council Rates , .
-- Designed as a spectacular ; ." .
and member of the House of sendoff to all of the many students ""' I
Assembly: ; (Richard S. Barrett, from Miami and ,vicinity i i:i- : ,' "' ''" -i,
founder of the Ebony !Musical who will be leaving for college
Association; Timothy Gibson, during the months of Septemberor
musical supervisor of the Board October the ball is that
once- You Save hundreds of dollar
of Education Schools; :Mre. M. B. a-year affair which gets the students can
Donaldson, noted church worker Into: (the traditional collegia -
and Rondol F. Fawkes, mem- t a Spirit, bqfore they cay
ber of the House of Assembly, goodbye when leaving for the i i
and founder and president of the I various colleges. .. .l 9 9
Bahamas Federation of Labor.
Special recognitions will be
Each of the honorees was pre- given, all students and the col. '
sented a bronze plaque for distinguished leges to Iwhlch! they are. going In 'Visit Our Showroom ar
services 1 inr his field. a manner that will not be for.
The plaques were presented by gotten.In .
the National Beauty Culturitt
League. addition to the timely fun
and pleasure, the affair .Is also
HAIR STYLE REVIEWSPECTACULAR to ,
designed encourage more
of the young people from MI.
ami and vicinity to go to col POTAMKIN
The fashion extravsganza presented lice and further their education.For .
the fabulous Mn. Perita
Bates international charm and table reservation upstairs ,
model instructor of the League. phone in 8-8633; Mrs. Verne- 'I
The hair style review featured ka S. Silva or FR 1-3077, Miss
very attractive hair styles and Amy McKenzie, for tables down- 540 ALTON RD. ffiffi MIAMI IEACIOfIN

creations by John Dallas Robinson stairs.

popularly known as "Prin- DAILY md SUNDAY FROM f A.M. TO 10 P.M. PHONE Jl 10057THE ,"
cess Carlottaof Miami; Mrs.Ro ;'
.e Cook of the League and RICHMOND HEIGHTS 'J
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Mrs. Willa Mae Saunders of }II
Nassau. Especially for Children
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JUST BROWSIN'By .
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PAUL R,, HENRY... f :
L 'v' / w 'l LUI? <

Dade County now boasts of
one-fifth of Florida's voting
IN ELLIS
MUTAMUR
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS
of registered t
The number
"Th Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them power.
voters In the county Is near-
ly 361,000 made' up as follows: !
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 !
Democrats 301,739; Republicans?
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4 6128 'sg
46,884.
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Entered at Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Post Office at There are 17,727 Negro Demo.
Miami, Florida, under the ict of March 8, 1876 crats and 3,058 Republicans
I making a total of 20,758. While il,
H. E. 8IGI3MUND REEVES, Editor there should be more on the vot- l
GARTH C. REEVES Associate Editor and Business Manager ing list, take it from this Brow-
-- ser, that 18,000 votes wisely cast 1 .e tT
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: can ea" fly mean victory for the
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.50 THREE MONTHS $1.50 candidate of your choice. No can-
-- -- didate could afford to deplse that'
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" many votes.
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can beat lead the world former I
from racial and national' antaglonlsms when It accords to every man Well, Governor Fuller
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno Warren has joined thoe: fightingfor
man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man a rehearing on a recent decision -
In the firm belief that all men ate hurt as long as anyone Is held back. upholding the election
laws of our new metropolitan
ijovernment. It's a fight over the
"A good example Is-the beat (sermon-Fuller provision for an 11-man board.

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKSCHOOL ,We now have I the Roman Cath 1
olic Diocese of Miami The Most P Li
INTEGRATION Rev. Coleman F. Carroll is bis-,
ha;. St. Mary's Church is the
School integration continues in the news. This week new Diocese Cathedral, located
some very important decisions were made Again Little at 7506 NW 2nd ave.Congratulations .
Rock and Governor Faubus, who has just won a third I,
term, highlighted the news. to Miss Betty : _
The eighth Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday set Jean Kelly who has won the
Catholic Scholarship for Negroesfor BeautifullY' attired in royal splendor are the winnersof
aside a ruling of District Judge Harry L. Lemley of Ark. this year Miss Kelly is the annual King and Queen contest of Turner's Kindergarten -

ansas, who had suspended integration at Central High daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jese: Charming little Cetta Sneed, daughter of Mr. and -
f School, Little Rock, for a period of 2 and a half years to Kelly, and a graduate of BookerT i Mrs. D. Sneed and Woodrow Stahling, son of Mr. and
allow for what he called, "a cooling off period.' Washington High School The '
Mrs. W. Stahling reigns and of
scholarship! awarded by the Collage : supreme as king queen
The seven judges voted six to one for reversing Judge of St.. Catherine, at St. Paul, I the Turner's Kindergarten at 7168 NW 16th ave. for the
Lemley's decision. Minn, of which Sister Mary Williams school term 1957.58.Registrations .
Judge Marion C. Matthes, of St. Louis, ,who wrote is president, will continue are now being accepted for the coming
the decision said : ao' long as Miss Kelly's grades school term. For further information persons interestedmay

"The issue boiled down to whether public resistance. remain high.iFormer I call PL 4-3768 or visit the Turner's Kindergarten.In .

4 including mob violence, constituted sufficient cause 'to State Attorney orgeBrautlgam
nullify an order of the federal court directing the died on Monday of a
heart attack at the Mercy Hos- Alpha PM Alpha
Organ Recital fraternity
school board to proceed with its integration plan,
( ) I
pital Brautigam ran for reelection His will
be that of
...... .. program
in the United -----"' -
"We say that the time has not yet come I 'in 1956 but was defeated -.: ;! simplicity. He will perform
States when an order of a federal court must be whittled <", works of Bach, Bollman, Rudolf
withdrawn in the face i, Forine and traditional spirituals
away, watered down or shamefully A l libel uit for $100,000 against t
of violent and unlawful acts of individual citizens." the MiamI' H .rnld which he won. I W <
So Little Rock finds its school in the same position it was apealed and is still before

was last year. We will wait and see just what will happen the Suprenv Court. ]I VELVET TOUCH9c(4aeee4

in Governor'' Faubus' state. He has asked the school The Miami l Herald has announced -
board to ask the Supreme Court'to' review the Eighth Circuit plans for rebuilding a
Court of Appeals order overruling a stay of inte- pant' on a 10-aere tract at Biscayne -
gration at Central High School Faubus even wants the Bay near Venetian Cause-
board to try and settle the issue with NAACP officials way$20,000,000.that will cost more than

and Negro: parents.It I
is difficult to understand such a quandary. missioner B. E. Hearn

What's, going to happen in Florida this school year would like future Miami mayors
is still speculation.! Will the University of Florida really pointed from the commi:sion t. ,

admit Negroes? We might be wrong, but we think they membership opinion of, Mayor Not Robt.so, Kin in 1 the.ig

will. High'. He called the iplan "com
However the eyes of the state and other states, too, i plete chicanery
are turned toward Dade County, where this week inte-' I ; A' d
In stT
gration in Dade is being: heard before Federal Judge I the championship fight on

Joseph P. Lieb. Among those seeking integration are Dr. Monday heavyweight night champion in Los Floyd Angeles, ;f 1' ,rq ,

J. 0. Brown Rev. Theodore R. Gibson and Mrs. Muriel '
Patterson knodked out his chal- HARKNE8S BUTLEROn '_ /
Vaughns. They are represented by NAACP Attorneys G. lenger, Roy Harris of Texas in : .k
E. Graves and Robert Carter. Among witnesses were nine the 12th'' round. Harris came on Sunday, August 24, there
like a, lion,, In. the second round will be an Organ Recital spon-
principals of Negro ,schools: W. C. Cogdell, Sam Cohen,
and sent the sored by the Episcopal Young
to floor
champ the
Thena Crowder, Anthony Gardiner, Alese Gill, Roby with a right to the chin for the Churchman of the' Church of the To Wake
,George, C. M. Pearsall, Francis Tucker and Ida M. Rat- count of three, after that it was Incarnation. The program will Up
cliffe. all Paterson. Roy will have a feature Harkness Butler, e native -
Superintendent Joe Hall said there was no segregation nice purse of $100,000, while Miamian, and a former stu-
: in the Dade School system. Ninety per cent of this he champ draws I $300,000. I dent He of entered Dorsey Knoxville High School.College SLEEPY HAIR

'segregation pattern is attributed to residential factors Satchel Paige, veteran pitcher, in the fall of 1953 where he studied -
said Mr. Hall. won the second !lame for the I music under Nowell C,
Dr. Brown, ,Mrs. Vaughns and the Rev. Theodore Miami Marlins on Sunday by a Fitzpatrick
Gibson, each said application for his child's admission to I score of 6-1. 'Paige got two, hits,
In 1956 he entered
Tennesseq
and after allowing two to the : "f<<4t da94M
white school .
a was rejected.The Buffalos in the tint inning he retired State A&I University to com-
three-day hearing ended Wednesday with 17 men. The Marlins won plete his study in music, under
Judge Lieb giving attorneys four weeks to submit memorandum the first game from the Birons John H. Sharpe.He dadl
briefs. by a score of 8-1? various has musical been very organizationssuch active in : _ItOI

The Marlins opened a 3-game as the famous Tennessee' DEEP PENETRATING
THANK YOU series with the Columbus Jets State marching band :and the
losing the first game 6-2. Music Educators National Conference i SCALP CONDITIONER
During the week of the 39th annual convention of : He'' is also}, a member of
the National Beauty Culturists' League and the National' The Golden Ate Club sponsored Regular Size $1.25 .

Institute of Cosmetology, Ye Editor was presented ,an by the James E. Scott e VELVET TOUCH ,
bard by the Orange Blossom Beauticians' Association, Community Association, held Its AttentionThe HAIR CONDITIONER-
last picnic for the "ummer season .;.
1rs Alaine Waldon, president. : on Thursday ,at Virginia I , ML; Tabor Baptist'ChurchYouth 'Regular Size $1.50 .L" ,
'We are very grateful for such reicognition, and as- Beach. Members, report an enjoyable - : Council will have Its installation (40( Application.) "7-- '"

sUre the League that it will be placed among our trea- outing Mrs. Victoria program on Friay, e VELVET TOUCH WATER
Ward is president of the Golden Aug. 29 at 8pm.
REPELLENT
PRESSING OIL
sUres.We congratulate the League ,and the convention Agers. Charles Black, an alunfil of
airman 'D. A. Julius] for the part they in Angeles I Northwestern Senior High will Price $1.00
played help- The LO-- Dodgers took ,be the'' guest speaker.
veto make this convention held in Miami, such a success. two games from the Braves on The installation services will e VELVET TOUCH
1 Tuesday night, Score 4-1, 7-2. be conducted by Rev. P. S. CREME 'SHAMPOO- -
And they came back on Wednes- Brown Admission free! The
arne Pledge a movement that will make It day and outlasted the World public it invited. Price 60*
possible for everyone to. obtain Champs 2-1. Rev. J. N. Byrd, pastor At All
tvised ''Hospital immediate consideration and I Larida Jackson, Pub. Dir.Announcement Beauty Shops and
emergency medical treatment Millionaires Arthur Vinlng Da- Drug Starts or Order Direct
ides without having to wait until the vis and William D. Pawley are
i patient's ability to Is deter- bean* ued for the sum of two Money Back Guarantee
i Horne, Miami district pay million dollars The Paraguayan Mr. and Mrs. James W. Cashof
e ate t for the County Com- mined. Airlines are the suees. 2681 NW 49th terr., Browns- Sabrosol LaboratoriesP.O.
fsa, campaigning on a "The dtuation that now exists ville, are the proud parents of a Box 6175, Sta. B
that includes a pledge .1 7 lb. 2Vt oz. baby girl, Yolanda Miami 36, fla.
In our county hospitals, he said
Sf county hospital policies. Drive Maria, born at Jackson Memo-
e said he will spearhead "is ridiculous." Carefully rial Hospital on Aug. 8.



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Educator Sees Life's ; Meaning at 100 THE MIAMI TIMES-"the' Peoples' Newspaper'

SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1958 PAGE 5

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reprinted from the Sunday INTEGRATION integrated by ,explaining that 90 Little Folks Nursery AnnouncementEdward
edition
of the Post
Washington
Johnson will be wedto
of the is becauseof
percent reason
and (Times \\Herald. !Dr. Cooper 1 '" Begins Fourth Year I Miss Vertice Brackin Aug. 22.
the areas in which the students -
has a nephew and two nieces (continued from page 1)) An acquire ceremony .will be
i live, and the other 10 per-
living here in vMiarhtf, the' Rev. Little Folks Play School, 3290 performed by Rev. Thedford
Senior High, was called to the cent is because of the choice of
Charles F. Cooper, rector of St.Peter's stand. Mrs. Ratclfffe testified I the .tudents. Dr. Hall was call- NW 43th St., Mrs. Dorena Davis, Johnson.
Cathedral, Mrs. Florence that 'a number of students of ed again to the stand Wednes- owner, has ,begun its fourth year Mr Johnson is a postal clerkat
Cooper and Mr Rachel Reaves."It Northwestern live in Ojus and day morning, and remained there of service. This licensed nursery Biscayne Annex, Miss Brackin -
Richmond Heights, and that they all, of the morning and part of school with the best facilities is a teacher et St. Paul Ele-
isn't what we sad about pass in the general direction of the' afternoon. operates for children up to six mentary School, Abbeville, Ala,
ourselver stand it'swhat our lives several White high schools incoming Others who, were called to the : years of age A limited numberof Miss Brackin i.i the daughterof
for.
I children are 'being acceptednow. Mr and Mrs. Virgle Erackin
to Northwestern. She also stand during the three-day hearing -
In this way Anna J. Cooper, said that if a White student were: Frederick B. Hanna, Visit the school or call of Midland City, Ala. Mr. John-
I Washington, D. C. educator and should apply ,for admission to I I of 3678 SW 27th St., Mrs. Muriel ME 5-5283 for further informa- son is the son of Mrs. LouUe,
writer, summed up the philoso Northwestern, she would refer I I I Vauihns of 1720 NW 57th St., tion. John.on of Miami.
phy'upon which she has built her the matter to the School Board. and Neal Adams Jr., of 2956 NW '
life of service--a life 'which num- Mrs. Ratcliffe added that if a I *atn st.
bers 100 yean today on her birth qualified Negro student, should
apply to Northwestern, sire Juanita's
dav.She (was born in Raleigh, N.C. mould accept him without ques-
the daughter of a slave who tion.Other Kindergarten and
bought his and his children's principals who testifiedon DO YOU KNOW.
freedom. She devoted herself to Tuesday included: Mrs. PlaygroundWill .
Negro'education'\ after she gradu- Frances S. Tucker, Carver Ele- open Aug. 25. Free
ated in 1884 from Oberlin wherehe mentary, and Charles L. William. , pick and delivery of
: earned her master's degree ., Booker T, Washington.! children.up The of the Drinks never taste thin
She 'was called to Washington as These principals also said that I age
one of the first college graduatesto they have never been advised by children are (from 2 to 5.
I ( teach at the old M street high anyone in authority that studentsof Serve hot lunch daily. 1500 with GORDON'S Gin?
school, then the only Negro high their schooL: may transfer to N.W. 74th St., phone ,NE
school in the District White schools, if they desire. 40576. S13
Her ability to say at 100 that I
"I don't remember ever having BROWN AND GIBSON
taken anything Just for myself"is ATTEMPTED TO ENROLL Debbie's Playland Another good reason
illustrated in the way in which SONS IN WHITE SCHOOLS u

she used the education she received Dr. John 0. Brown, well And Nursery OpensWe why GORDON'S
at a time when It 'was known local ophthalmologist and the kids of Debbie's Play-
unusual for any woman, and almost Fr. Theodore Gibson, both testified land Nursery and Kindergarteninvite b America's
unheard of for a Negro, to that they attempted to enroll you to come to school with I
have such training.As heir sons in White schools Eiil41
principal-elect: from 1901- and were denied the right to do us.We eat well! best-selling gin I IO
06, she set about to make her so by the School Board. Dr. .Rest on individual cot.!
students for the college and
eligible Brown said he attempted to enroll Play learn plenty!
scholar.hips awarded each yearto his son, John Jr., at Glade- We are insured against any accidental '
District! high school graduates. view Elementary School, in September 1
'When she was told that Ne- : of 1956, and Fr. Gibson Ca.l now at NE 4-8315. Ask
gro students were eligible for the said he was denied permission to Mrs. Perry to enroll' you. We are
scholarship, she obtained assurance tran.fer his son, Theodore Jr., located at 4800 NW 24th ct.
from Harvard, Yale I from Booker T. Washington to Debbie's Playland Nursery NOW...
Brown and other colleges that II Ponce de Leon Junior High in end Kindergarten, llcened: by the NEw
would be considered State Welfare Board
her students September 1956. District No.
I GREATER
if they could pass the en- John Brown Jr., also testifiedon 9, dud Luae County.JACKSON'S ,
trance examinations."Our .
Tuesday morning.
two boys accepted at THAN
Harvard were the first Negro SUPT. HALL KEY WITNESS TODDLE INN
high school'graduates to enter DlSfn EVER I
without having to study at an Probably the most important Register Now LOKDOHDfflf
academy first," the recalled. witness called to the stand Tues-
Continuing her own education, day morning was Dr. Joe Hall, 3038 N.W. 48th Terr. GINGORDON'S. VALUE!
Mrs. Cooper received her Ph.D. Dade County's Superintendent of NE 4-4308 p es .euaMMIrUl0001tlNrr.W
In Latin from the Sorbonne in Public Instruction Dr. Hall tei- M Y Y

1925. While in France she wrote, tilled that up to July, 1956, the ....
in French, "Le Peleringe de public schools in Dade Countywere
Charlemagne. which ,iwas pub- operated on a segregatedbasis ELNORASUNDRIES
lished in 1925. but he declared that as of HANDY troattnMlt3
In 1929 she became presidentof August, 1956 and up to the pre I AND
Frelinghuysen University, I ent time, the schools are not operated Headquarters for your
founded in 1906 by Jesse Lawsonfor on a segregated basis, but MIAMI TIMES If you live out ys4wulassTHERE'S
Negroes who wanted to study instead in accordance with the DrownivllU way
while holding a regular Job. Pupil As.ignment Law. WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE NO GIN UX
When a permanent site was
needed for the school, Mrs. Cooper When asked by Atty. Carter WE SERVE
offered her spacious home at has he ever informed Negro Foremost Ice Cream
201 T St., NW, free of charge to teachers, students or 'parents that
the school, where it still remains. Negro student had a right to Phone NE 4-9441
Mrs. Cooperfts voice Is !Clear transfer white schools, Dr. Hall
said no he had never done so. 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.
and full, and though she is hardof .
Dr. Hall had prevlouly Indicated lq-s ... OTSP gam IM BM. B IIIOi. ueai M H II.. ttei. s t..
hearing and has failing vision, J. FINCHER, Mgr
she takes on a surprising vitality that, under the Pupil Assignment tnl1'
as she talks of her (plans for the Law, Negro students
corning years. may transfer, if they so desire.
At 5 p.m. this afternoon, Mrs. Dr. Hall defended the fact that RICHMOND HEIGHTS
Cooper will be honored at a reception no public school in Dade Coun-
and presentation plannedby ty li Integrated, or has ever been Finest Community Living TV REPAIRSNO

friends, alumni and trusteesof < .. --<--.-.---. --
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the Junior and Senior Ushe1'5Unio "MISS .
Association are urged to
n
be present at the monthly pro- If we can't fix it in your home

gram to be held on Sunday, Aug.
24, at 3 pxn. sharp. The program I
,
will be psonored will be spon- Contest 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.---Sunday 10 to 3

sored between St. Luke Baptist !
Church Junior Usher Board and DRIVE-IN SERVICE
Mt. Olivette Baptist; Chcrch Usher -

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l THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaper" $1,000 or Your Lot;" ''

I $3 Million Monthly to ,. As a down payment, 3 bed.,
pAGE 6 SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1958 I I
room new, on corner on two


--..............-....-..........MN..............................-.........-.- lots. 2901 NW 43rd Terr.
ResidentsOldage I I 1332 N.W. 59th St.

Between The Lines. 2395 N.W. 68th St.

survivors, and disability Lots for sale. Cash for your
insurance benefits are being -
'
By GORDON HANCOCK -- paid to more than 61,000 Correction, Please! lots. Baron, JE 81340. '

-.............--.............................,INN.NNN.N.NNN..NNN.NN..N..Nr persons in Dade County at the In our story on the 45th annual -
rate of 42.7 million a year, according meeting of the National Open 3.5 p.m.
TWO HINDRANCES TO ',"" to Edward P. Blonston, Dental Association last week
INTEGRATIONA manager of the Miami (North) ,we inadvertently omitted from
Social Security !District Office at the Florida representatives the
few days ago the writer i -/III.- '/)--- 234 NE 79th St. names of Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
boarded a downtown 'bus in -,'' .." ",. ""j..' / Murrell and daughter, Joan, of ASTHMATICS!
.
Richmond. A few !blocks farther '- I!. "This is an increase of about Miami. Pardon. us
down there came aboard two ,,"" 26.9 percent over last year In I I Want simple, effective' relief from

young Negro mien in their early ,, -' ,"" !",)."' the amount of benefits and choking, ricking bronchial asthmatic .
twenties. Sorry to say, they were nearly 23 percent in the num- spasms Get genuine
,
two. of the dirtiest, nastiest, the \ber of beneficiaries," Mr. Blon: HARLEM SQUARE Breatheaey Me what you've
most uncouth and unkempt young > ston said. SWEET SHOPA been mlsslngl There's no eubetl
Negroes II !lever ,saw., They( ' '<: tute for original Breatheasy Inhalant .
brought. with them a stifling "Our studies have shown that FULL LINK OF GROCERIES and butlzlng set Get
'
body odor that was sickening to. -1 , many of these aged people, comfort by breathlngl! Guaran
.mell. ,, ,'' widows, and orphans have littleor COLD CUTS COSMETICS .
f' no other resources," he pointed teed.J
A J DRUG DEPT. STORE
f 208 N.W. 10th Street
NEED ADVICE out. "For something like 9
1410 N.W. C2nd St, MlamlfFI
percent, social security benefits,
The fact /was, these young men too received as an earned right, are r
Cordon B. Hancock
were unfit to ride with decent .4f the only cash income." ,
people in decent dress. They of REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTER :.
course made for the rear of the Mr. Blomton also. stressed I
bus from sheer habit, but they church. The Negro churches are that .while the benefits are Intended Hours: 10:00: a.m. to 10:00 p.m.-By Appointment t
were pitiful Those young fellows financially inadequate to meet primarily as a basis for
did not. need criticism and effectively but few of the press- individual .economic security, SERVICES:-Swedish Massages, Whirlpool Bath, Therapeutic
scorn and long scholarly disser- ing needs of the community.Even ''the payment of social security Bathe, Colonlc Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing, Electronic
tations on the whys and bows. the more adequately financed !benefits at the rate of $42.7 million Facial, Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy, ToningTherapy
they got like that. They 'needed White churches are able. a year in Dade County helps Rubdown.
help. They needed some friendly only to touch the surface of the business generally because most Rehabilitation Therapy, Mechanical Gym

advice on how. to. appear in pub- great community needs. Our I of the money is spent immed- Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Masaeurer
lic among decent people. schools are likewise hard-press-I iately on food, clothing and oth-
ed 'by overcrpwding er necessities. Phone
FR
3.3381 276 N.W. 6th Street
Somewhere along their path ol work upon the struggling Negro
life they missed something and I teacher. Our teachers are not This is especially Importantin SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN HOTEL
whose fault it is ,beside the prepared to. leave their i a time of economic recession"he
question to. discus ''here. Discus- room and go out into SChOOl-I said. "Social security bene-
ing how. they got like that is not munity to exhort the individuals fits are being paid nationally at
nearly so important now as discussing and individual families on hab. I a rate of more than 8 billion I

ways and means of res- its of personal cleanliness dollars annually OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
cuing them from lives of worth.
lessness that will eventuate into NEGRO PRESS MUST i Payments to a retired workerin '1\\

futures: of crime and disillusion CARRY BALL Dade County average about SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
month Mr. Blonston said.
I I $67 a ,
SHOULD BE TAUGHT i The schools li'ke' the churches The average/ for a widow with PSYCHIC READERLet
CLEANLINESSThose are limited in the numbers they two young children is $145. The
reach. One of the redeeming features maximum payment for a retired
boys ane not Immediately of the two deplorable young couple is $16280 a month, and
in need of formal. education Negroes under discussion is that the maximum for a family is

they need to be taught the one of them had a Negro news- $200.
elemental lessons of (body and
paper under his arm. And this
"There were several reasons r
personal cleanliness. They need drove home to the writer the <
for the increase in benfits over
pride in themselves and their
!
growing influence of the Negro "
last year, Blonston said. One
race and community. These two newspaper in the life of the Ne- was the payment of benefits to
young fellows are two more gro race. It alsir drove home the feople who 'were brought under
hindrances to integration.
conviction that the Negro newspaper -
the law for the first time in recent -
is the medium through disabled people 50
WHOSE JOB? years -
which the worse element of the or over, for example.
Whose is the responsibility to Negro race mutt be reached.
bring to their attention the dam- 'For the entire state of Florida
age they are doing their race and Where the church and school social security payments at the
the cause of race relations by fail the Negro newspaper must end of 1W7 were being paid to
their slovenly appearance? Of succeed. [More\, and more our 333,633 beneficiaries at the rate
newspapers must assume responsibility cf month, or $223
course we cannot in reason expect $78,590,000 per
the Whites to do it how- to get over to the million a year.Drive of
lowly element of the race the my years Experience guide' end protect you through Lit
ever desirious they may be of necessity of personal cleanliness ae a Lighthouse guides the ship In e storm
We would resent
doing
so. an
as a factor in community race
editorial in a White newspaper WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
relations, The dirty uncouth Ne-
cleanliness touching on on the the necessity part of Ne-of gro Is a hindrance to integration! CarefullyCOMMUNITY I For Success in Business And Love

groes -who ride the common car- *- --*-- .---s.- .- --s.i.s.. -- .- .- .-- .- -*.-i.-------* CONSULT HER 'a
riers. We have (been handled
0 You can now have your home made happy
after such fashion that we oft-
time resent sound and necessary Get and! Hold the position you so long wanted

admonitions. A Don't Stay in the rut get out now

By the help of God she
Negroes are well qualified to It'l' can help you

advise their own people on ways DRUG STORECOR. Remove evil influence if sick
worried
and means of making a decent you are or in
in public. We drive troubleIt
appearance N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
our own Ane cars and boast of will
pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
live
'great progress and In our
palatial hOo11elWe; / therefore PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
must assume responsibility for be touched by this strange mysterious power
teaching our own people the car- Free
Cut Rate Drugs DeliveryCOSMETICS
dinal lessons of cleanliness and WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

sobriety and above all how to GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
to advantage in public. lEAL TilT ICE CREAM MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
appear of old Is etlll alive today and will open a way for you throughthe

troubled seas of life. Let not him that I le
OUR RESPONSIBILITYThis Phone Lata 8.4703 Phone PLaza 8-4704 blind lead you tr
you stumble with him. -
Is our raposiibllUy, Of
C. M, JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop 1
\torse we usually turn to the r Do you doubt the existence of things because cannot

torch and ,;olnt out its respon- .-*.- .*"g -"*.'*"*". .i- . , them you see
Vllty in the premise. The
; \irch\ 1-: limited in its reach- What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that make
\possibilities because only a ...._._..##...........#...__...######### .# ##... Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

W percentage of Negroes at. A eeed before It sprouts, lies concealed secret, silent In the
td church. Beside the dark
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By HOTH PERRY

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Sitting in the United States Heritage, and I would like to
District Court last monday with recommend it for your readingand
Judge J. U. Lieb presiding, I hada your reflection. For any of
distinct feelin; of being where us who might think we know all
history was in the making. I am the answer! regarding the present I : B i
certain many of the other spec- situation in the South, this : |
tators had the :ame feeling. book, I believe, will give us new
L There were so many of ur, Negro, insights and much food for : J
I
. and White, -who were interested thought, It is not a 'book White ,
j in the school suit, that the original I Southerners /twill particularly like
court room slated for the but I think it i an honest book, '
trial was not large enough. Theca an attempt to evaluate Southern
.e had to be moved to a larger values and he Southern heritage. I
I ELDER H.
room to accomodate the overflow -
Mr. Dabbs is a native South-
number of people.
erner, and is at present living in
THE SCHOOL SUIT South Carolina. The fact that he
i.i president of the Southern Re- i
II some of us believe in good gional Council shows that he is ,
omens, then surely the news a man who is devoted to the !bet- I
late last Monday concerning the terment of race relations in the
Little Rock integration case South. The Southern Regional] I
was an excellent sign for the Council is concerned with pre- i
future of desegregation here in senting responsible facts and true I
the Miami area. There is no, Interpretation pt Southern :life I
doubt that an adverse decisionin I today. For several years now, the
the Little Rock case would Council has been Instrumental in
I) have colored the Dade County striving to attain a broader democracy 1 ,
School suit outcome, as well as than is now aparent in M
future school suits throughoutthe local communities. The Council I II
South. To those of us 'W h o feels that this is mainly a local ,. ,-- I
wanted the Federal Court to takea problem the task: of local officials I ij I
firm stand for desegregation, the churches, civic and I
the Little Dock, decision was the labor groups and service clubs- I
only one that could have been all individuals and citizen I
handed dOAn in a country built groups active in community life.
upon democratic principles.: Mr Dobbs' 'book reflect this I
thinking. I recommend it to you
We can only hope that we will '
fare as well here in Dade County. New VA Office Busy
Actually, it has always seem-
ed to me such a waste of time, In the first month at their new MOTHER H. I
money, energy and manpower for location, the contact unit of MI-
the NAACP to be forced to fight ami's veterans administration office Elder and
suit after ,cult case after case, go, handled a total of 1868 interview ,;:aster of
to court countless times to get with veterans, their And Kingdom of
the rights already given constitutionally dependents and ,beneficiaries, located at 1752 I
to Negroes. To me it according to C. W. Boggs, the are proudly expre
.eons a violation and degradingof I officer in charge. parture from I
justire to bear the opposing at-I "Thanks to the fine coopera- Aug 16, on a
loroeys (the attorneys for the tion we received from all pub- touring the island
scihool board) try to prove that Hefty media," Mr. Boggs said, hamas. They are
the :schools In Dade County are "We believe that most of the turn over the Loose"t
not tezreeaicd. It is surely a veterans in this area know that and Mother
mockery of our judicial system we have moved from our old location thank members <<
that our attorneys must face this at 3300 NE 2nd ave. to who made this
kind of situation. Pupil assignment our new office at 984 W. Flagler."
segregation or any other The interviews mentioned
fa&cy-counding name they all For
above covered a wide range of
mean one thing: Jim Crow. ___ subjects, including disability and Furni.hedr ;
death compensation, disability
EVENTUAL VICTORYThe and death pensionr, government downtown. Gas
insurance, GI loans and educa- off-street
interest In this case was tional and training rights. As a
certainly shown by the overflow- result of the interviews, 521 new $12.00. Apply
in; courtroom, and the people to applications for benefit were 527 N.W. 5th
whom I talked all were agreed filed during July and 563 forms i
that no matter how much delay, and 619 pieces of correspondencewere FR 42708.
no matter what kind of arguments prepared for or in behalfof .
the School Board attorneys veterans.In hlx
will make now or later, victory is addition to the contact unit
assured eventually, If we are to the VA office at 984 W. Flagler
remain a free America, this vic- also has a counseling unit, a
tory must come, because we can- loan guaranty unit, a octal ser- THEATRE -
not preach democracy any long. vice section and a training: of- Tel. NA ;
er in the present /world without fice. The out-patient clinic, SUN., MON. I
,practicing> It which was a part of the office at Joanne
THE SOUTHERN HERITAGE ME Second ave., is now locatedat Paul I
the VA hospital in Cor a 11 "THE
Another book has been writ- Gables.
ten about the two races living In
together in the South, Mr, James
Southern :Regional Council, !has RICHMOND HEIGHTS Alan
called his book, The Southern "Wild
McBride Dabbs, president of the Finest Community Living 1

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York City (CNS) Details LaterAdmillion
Sparked by his overwhelming
victory, Adam Clayton Powell 75c e I Ia.
has vQAed not to rest on his
laurel: but to forge ahead to h TABLES FREE
greater glory. And Immediately
after the primaries, he renewedhas
fight to try and uproot Dem-
ocratic officials beginning with JIMJAM .
i ter r '
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Boro Pres. Hulan Jack. The
Thatthe iuper-dry taste you get
fight against Jack has been one
k
of the bitterest of political mod- when you make your fUlSQU
ern history at It was Jack against MM
Powell personally and politically Martini with clean-taating .. ..
developing Into a feud D
which divided voters and public YC.DKD
opinion until the last minute. FLEISCHMANN'SGIN .
CLUB .
Citing that Boro Pres. Jack is
an "Uncle Tom" and demandinghis $2.55 .......
1900 N.W. 75th St.
resignation as a Tammany Pint '....,
leader, Powell bellowed out at a Phone PL 9-8651
street meeting "I believe our H. JOHNSON
Borough President should devotehis .. after 35 years We cater to private DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN
full time to being Boro Pres. August 11, 1958 parties, organizations, J 90 I PROOF THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
We want him to stop changing To whom it may concern: etc. CORPORATION,NEW YORK CITY
dgns on the lamp posts and John H. Johnson -was employed .
start changing personnel in his by the Miami Newt from Jan-'
office. (Powell was referring to uary, 1923 to August 1958.
the many occasions when Mr. Throughout those many years. ... ..........,.,
IIl )tU)1u1ImlWLmIUIJU1IU11I.O.IIlUl1110: : =U.IIU.1IIU1IIU1IIU1IIILIIUi
Jack participates in charity activities he was one of the most valued
and names of main and trusted employees.The .
streets, are changed for the day.) position which he 1 a a t

Powell also accused Jadk of held at the News was abolished
New Low Summer Rates
through no fault of his. He chose
catering to White personnel at
retirement instead of assuminga :: i
the risk of reducing salaries of position which would have
Negro emi;:loyees. He named
been much more difficult for
Mrs.,, Aretha Brooks whose sal I I
him at his
ary was lowered by $2,000 per I It was with age.regret that ewe saw FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS
year (which had been approvedby him terminate his day to day I
the Mayor at the higher asociation: with us, but we feel: -
figure) to that a White employe'ssalary that he will be most happy In EFFICIENCIES 1-2 BEDROOM
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could be boosted. To this, his decision to retire. II
Powell Said "Fewer Negroes are
Very truly yours, e ELECTRIC :
working in tty e Borough Presi ,
MIAMI DAILY NEWS, Inc.
dent's office under Jack than John L. Foy FREE s WATER f
there ever were under any Business manager. ,
White man who served there. 0 GAS 1
John II. Johnson, to whom this
On the bails of our strength, letter was directed lives with
we should haw 42 percent of his family at 15850 NW 18th Pl. Modern. Airy Play area Parking ,
the Jobs in that office. Opa Locka. lie bas a wife, eight
Defying even the Governor, children, six grand children and MANAGERS LIVE ON PREMISES TO KEEP PLACE ORDERLY
Powell cited that Harriman had two great grand children.
asked for unity since his sweeping AND CLEAN
victory but he replied with
"He's a little too late. What can
DOWNPAYMENTS
LOW
he do for me? Nothing.

Ending on the note that he can Downtown: 2101 N.W. 3rd Ave.-327 N.W. 22nd St.
do business with Tammany Hall p r
leader de SapIo, but that "he's Homes For Sale Coconut Grove: 3201 Douglas Road (
got to treat us Just as ,he treats 4-bedroom frame $750 Dn. i _
the Italians, the Jew, the Irish ;r rM rr
Liberty City 1370 N.W. 61st Street ,
and everybody else we don't 2-bedroom frame $600 Dn. :
demand more than ,we deserve
and we won't accept less," Pow- 2-bedroom CBS' $1,000 Dn
ell was heavily applauded. With
51,000 registered Democrat* in All homes are nicely MANAGED BY }
Harlem now, he asks the figure
rise to 75,000 by November. furnished


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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1958 INSTITUTE OPENS After Graduation' .. r ".

SUNDAYPlans r "

ii EUCKS TAMMANY HALLPowell's . are being completedfor Have Your Picture Made ..."//I. .",;Mr .1 JVJohnson :

the State-Tri Institute of the r; .
llth Episcopal District AME in your cap and gown :.
Win Is Church with Bishop S. I.. Greene, '.
DJ> '!O>., presiding bishop in Fait Service Reasonable Prices > '.
charge. The meeting is scheduled ;:
Aug. 17->22, at Edward Wa-
Rebuke of Tammany ters College WE FURNISH. THE CAP AND'GOWN

According. _to__an announcemenby
Dr. c. S. Williams, resident 0-
....NEW YORK Harlem. on Democratic Party threw its and senior state officer rays, the
Tuesday rejoiced over Congress- might behind .Brown largest enrollment ever recorded
jnan Adam Clayton Powell's It wa* reported also that Negroes will be in attendance for this
smashing victory over City Coun in Harlem wished to warn :meeting. The buildings the col- of MiamiNew
cilman Earl Brown and the Tammany New York politicos against any lege are being renovated thru-
Hall machine, led by Car- deals with southerners. The New out, and will be ready to house
mine De Sapio, in primary elec- York Herald-Tribune had re- the delegates promptly upon arrival Address: 409 N.W. 17th St.
tions here. ported that southern Democratshad at the college.A .
warned Gov. Harriman not striking new feature for the
Powell, emerging as the strong to expect their support for the! State-Tri this year will be the
man of New York City politics, presidency in' 1960 unless he "Sunrise Service" Sunday morning I
t buried Brown, the party-backed helped support Powell.DR. Aug. beginning/ promptly -
candidate, in an avalanche of at six o'clock at the Myrtle LIVE AT THE BEAUTIFUL
votes to win the Democratic MOORE ANNOUNCES Ave. Ball Park. Dr E. J. Odum
nomination for Congress from the dirqctor of the Department of
city's 16th Congre.sional includes most District of- STRONG FACULTY Evangelism will deliver the ser Booker Terrace MotelA
which
mon. Music for this servicewill/
Harlem.. His vote total was 14- FOR BETHUNE- be given by the combined choirsof
837 to Brown's 4,953. Jacksonville.

PEOPLES SPEAK COOKMANDaytona Registration begins on Monday few permanent rooms availableFor
Beach (Special) Aug. 18 at the College (Business
By winning, Powell, controversial Dr. Richard V. Moore states that office in the Lee Seminary as low as $18.00 per week
and'fiery champion of the turn over in faculty personnel Building.
civil rights, virtually assured reelection this year was somewhat A spectacular "parade" will Kitchenettes only $22.50 per week
to Congress in the lau greater than. in (previous year, be (featured on Tuesday afternoon
elections. That (Iwould give 14 however, Bethune-Cookman Col- Aug. 19. INCOMING TELEPHONE
seniority la the House, he lege will have the most highly
contends.years I l1aJlSIt trained faculty in the history of The Consecration Services will CALLS
the college' during the 4958-59< I be held Tuesday evening, Aug. FD E E ELECTRICITY, GAS
Jn the bitter ctampaigin that school year 19, at 'Mt. Zion AME Church, USE OF SWIMMING
preceeded last week's primary A full time faculty of 36 includes Beacer and Newman Sts, Dr. POOL
Powell contended at his street 11 members with earned W. F. Foster, pastor. Dr. IH. McDonald -
corner rallies that his reelectionto doctorate degree; 10 with work pastor of Bethel AME Air conditioning available for small extra charge
Congress would make him the beyond the masters' degree and Chcrch, St Petersburg! will deliver -
ranking member of the (House 15 with the earned master's degree the sermon. NEwton 5-2581 4200 N.W. 27th Ave.
Committee on Education and in his area of specialization. The keynote services will ba
Labor, and a leading member of held Wednesday noon, Aug. 20: .
Insular Affairs A student in the Lee Auditorium, with Dr.
the Interior and body of 650 is expected -
Committee. "These two ipewerful which iwill utilize the John I Bright, pastor of Mother
committees," he told his listeners full resources of the college. This Bethel AME' Church, Philadelphia -
"have control over areas of vital will give a student-teacher ratio -, Pa., delivering the keynote SEE THE
interest to liberals. They control of one teacher to every 18 message. t.
all labor legislation, all educa- students.The of the divisions.
tion legislation, the FEPC, fed fall term begins Sept. 2 The Sunday School Intitute WORLD'SGREATEST
eral aid to schools and they also I with the faculty preplanning work, under the direction of \Rev. f
control Puerto Rico, the Virgin conference; Sept. 8-14 freshman W. S. White, state superintendent -
Islands, Hawaii, and the American week; Sept. 15-16 general registration of Sunday Schools, with!: I i
Powell 'has spon- Classes will the Rev. A. J. Reddick as dean.
Indians. begin Sept -
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sored \several anti-segregation 17. will be 'held on the third floor ofthe COLORED
legislation to school educationbills. Centennial Building.The .

RACE RELATIONS ACE League Institute PSYCHIC'

Brown had contended that "if work, under the direction of Dr
my opponent were to !be electedto OFFERING HITS C. S. Williams, state president, READER
Congress for life he never $355,456 with the Rev. F. E. Sneed, as s ;a ae
would /become chairman of a dean will also /be held on the
committee because he turned NASHVILLE, Tenn. The third floor of the Centennial
traitor in 1956 and supported and 1958 Methodist Race Relation Building.The PROF.
voted for President Eisenhower, Day offering reached a total 'ol Senior Missionary Institute !
Powell was also under the supervision of
a Republican" $345,456, about $10,000( more
'the Republican nomln- Mrs. P. Beatrice Greene, with ti
assured than last and the
year largest
Mrs. J. iB. Epperson, state presi-
t&m:
tion. in the 18-year of the
history
dent, will hold their sessions in
SWITCH ANGERS DE SAPIOIt program. the Lee Auditorium _
HUNTER
The offering received in Methodist -
was Powell's switch to Pres- churches across the coun- The Young 'People Departmentof
ident Eisenhower ithat 'angered try will go to the Negro colleges the Missionary Department,
PROF. HUNTER '
Mrs. Louise G nwright, state
De Sapio and resulted In his related to The Methodist
dumping by the State Demo- Church. supervisor, will be quartered in If you are tick, worried or in trouble this I* the I
cratic organization. However Most of the amount was contributed Tookes the new annex of the H. Y place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the 1.

Powell declared and proved he on Race Relations Sun- The Ministerial Library Clinic with veil of bad luck that seems to hold in track o
could 'win nomination without day, (Feb! 9, but contributions you your ,
the party's support.SPONSORED for the cause were received by Bishop ID. 31. Sims, consultant, and advance forward by the help of God under the f''
the (Methodist .Board of Educa- Dr. J.D. Epperson, dean, will leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 of
years experience *
BY MINISTERSThe tion for several months after the I hold their sessions in the H. Y. s
observance, said the Rev. Dr.' Tookes Library in spiritualist and occult science. Make your t
heavy voting was Harlem indication -' James S. Thomas, Nashville, Dr. Anne E. Heath, connectional home happy He will show you how to bypass your
that Negroes In Board of Education staff mem president) of the Women's enemies and get the things that life demands for you. a
wished to rebuke the party ber. !Missionary Society will speak
chiefs. It was alleged that several I for the (Missionary Assembly
party workers supported Powell.I Thursday, Aug. 21, Mrs. J. B.
He' also had the support of Harlem i Epperson will preside.
ministers.A Call TAYLORFR The final service will be heldat

minister as well. as politician noon, Friday, Aug. 22, Bishop
Powell Is pastor of Abyssinian -, 9-1703 Sims will deliver the final mes
Baptist Church, the largest sage. ...I.i
Negro ooniiregatloin, In the na-

4 tion
r PoweU's recent indictment on
an Income tax evasion charge
was an Issue in the campaign.He .
He won despite the fact the JAMES' i


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ational Baptist Convention MRS. MYRTLE '1 am pleased of there to capable have the ladies assistance I

DAVIS NAMEDTO in our Civil Defense efforts,"
Sheriff Kelly commented "The \
ADVISORY fact that women !have a deep I
01 Officially InvitedCTIONAL COUNCIL concern for our national safety
and have already played a vital 1
role in. our Civil Defense
Mrs. Davis prominent
Myrtle ,
.. achievements has been recog- f
that the national body made up the U. S. District Court in clubwoman munity leaders, was appointed among 15 to com-a nized. Formation of this advisory
of the states of the nation. can- Washington.. decision is ex- Woman's Advisory Council |for council is a further step in pro- I
[GHT LOOMS not properly !be Invited to any pected some time this month Dade Civil Defense tby Sheriff viding opportunities for the army -
state without the consent of the of women !who are eager and ;
Thomas J. Metro Directorof
Kelly,
mcAGO (ANP) The organized forces of that state. SURVEY SHOWS Public Safety. I I willing to serve." ,
|00,000 National( Baptist Con-
HJJS.A. Jnc. "We do not wish any of our Purpose of the group, Sheriff Advisory Council members,
tion, largest Ne- MAJORITY
OF
church organization brethren to (be misled or embarrassed Kelly said, will Abe, to serve as who have been appointed for one t
In the
last week and !We shall do noth- NEGROESSTILL liaon between women's organi- year, are well known for their .
Jrld, / was confront-
ing to Impede the progress of zations and the Office of Dad e community service work.
pared with for a new its 1958 problem annual as ft the Baptist family nor your Joy, IN DEMOCRATIC Civil Defense and to promote
ses- but we want you to know the further education for home and
|n here, Sept. 9-14. truth CORNER under
which makes you free. community (protection
The problem concerned a pose "We have not invited you to conditions of disaster and war. Income Property
factional struggle between Chicago as organized bodies in PRINCETON, NJ. (ANP)-
lee Illinois Two Sheriff Kelly said memlbers of 4-wnit CBS fully furnished, east
groups. of
he the General Illinois." According to the American t i"t-/ the advisory council will hold of 17th Ave. In the fifties.
groups BapIt
tute of Public Opinion here, Ne-
their organizational meeting at $14,900 total, $4,300 down. Net
State Convention and the The statement bv
was signed groes, 'Whether north or south of
10:30 Monday, August 25 in Income month after all
: axn. $125 a
p tist State Convention claiin- the Revs. J. Horace a1idu C. V. I
the
_ !. Mason-Dixon line, are still the Civil Defense Center at 5600 expenses and mortgage pay-
they were not Johnson, presidents the Gen-
consulted nor of politically aligned with the Dem- SW 87th A second meetingwill ments.
ave.
lited to extend the official eral '
in- Baptist Illinois
group and ocratic Party
be held in OctOber and Chelsea Realty RealtorPL
lation
to the national convenn State body respectively. ,
thereafter will be each
alhough they are the duly Survey conductors of the Institute meetings 4-4685 WI 8-2308
Pastors of of the three months.
some largest
bodies of Baptists in pointed out that economically -
Jthorlzed state. churches la. Chicago have declared the Negroes interviewed ......... h
that they are deeply concerned -
I
expressed a more secure feelings
VELS CHARGE AT about ,the situation. as Democratic and historically
ESIDENTey Among these opponents> are the they felt closer to the late Franklin Furnished
ApartmentsAS
Revs. T. E. Brown Progressive
pastor, D. Roosevelt than to Abra
further charged that a Baptist church; William ham Lincoln.
Iird croup, formed (by Dr. J. H. McDowell, Greater Mount Ver- LOW'' AS
ckson, president of the cfanfntion non Baptist church; E. R. Williams Indications were that the national -
was asked to extend the South Park Baptist recession had affected Negroes -
Station. Ministers of the othero church, and.J. C. Austin, Pilgrim more acutely than $19.95 per week
| groups charged the third Baptist church. Whites.
dy, called the Baptist Fellow-
lip, and comprising a number ADDS TO CURRENT WOES Further, the Negroes expressed LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED I
the opinion, 3-to-l, that the national I
small ( churches
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| two principal bodies. tense struggle for the presidency sary to help cure it.

ATEMENT OF CHARGESThe last year at Louisville. At that
convention, Dr.: Jackson was reelected In conclusion the majority of Unfurnished Apts. $14 week
charges were contained in over the strong protests Negroes Interviewed by mem
statement to convention deletes I of forces who claimed he assumed bers of the Institute were confi-
in which the ministers the presidency in violation of dent that the Democrats coulddo SEE SAM B. SOLOMON AT
Iiticized the principle and the organization's constitution, the better job of !keeping the
thods of the parent 'body. It which restricts the office to lour country prosperous. BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY
ad: consecutive years.
|"We, the undersigned, feel
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CORINTH BAPTISTMeets GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
.. . ....
i : : : .;;.. every 2nd ana 4th Sunday Rev.. James Culmer, pastor

iT' at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Eddie Edwards, clerk
Church. Sunday School............... 9:30 a.m.

;+ Sunday School ..................... 9:30 Morning worship ................. 11:00:
PACt Morning worship ............. 11:30 Westminister Fellowship .... 6 p.m.
I Evening Service .............'...... WO
----, Thomas ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST
Rev. W. T. pastor
t gospel preacher and successful.
cud- to turc Rev N. F. Clark, pastor
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Rev. J. E. Monroe, reporter

:
P O. W. Foster, pastor We are taking this opportunityto
< A. L. Johnson: reporter exetend this special invitation
to you the general public to cometo
Sunday was a very busy and St. Matthews! Sunday 'at 7:30:
enjoyable day. Sunday School at p.m. to attend our sueclal fourth

11 R THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newipaper" MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. the .usual 'hour. The theme was, pin to attend our special fourth
"
E. M. Thomas, pastor "Justice to Minorities. Sunday we have what you might
PAGE 14 SATURDAY AUGUST 23 1958 The devotional service was call an old fashion camp meet-
....N E' Giving honor to God the ser- spiritually high (throughout the ing. Preaching and singing at its

TuesdJnan vices at our church began with day. Shiloh's :No. 1 usher /board best. This is the line: Rev. J. E.

the Sunday School with Roose- and the male chorus served at Munroe, Rev. A. Ferguson, Rev.
smash ST. JAMES BAPTIST ST. FRANCIS XAVIER velt Denson, .assistant (superintendent the morning worship. Rev Grif- Harold Brown, Rev. M. Light-

cilmai 323 N.W 14th St. N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. In charge, the school was fin preached a soul stirring ser- burn, the No. 1 choir, the No. 2

many Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Phone FR 9-1424 of large attendance.At choir, the (No. 3 choir and the
mine Sunday Services MASSES : 11 a.m an inspiring devo- mon.At famou Echoes of Zion. Each of

tions Sunday School........... 9:30: am Daily......-......................... 8 a.m. tional service was conducted by 5 pan the Rev. A. L. Shipp. the ministers /twill preach a 10
Poi'\ Morning Worship ........ 11:00: ajn Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m. the deacons. The church w n stilled preached Antioch's a very deacon inspiring board sermon celebrated minute sermon and each choir

man'buriet BTU ...........................-... 5:30: p.m. to Its capacity. A timely, as His- will sing songs to stir your soul.
Evening Worship ........... 7:30: pm THE INCARNATION but soul-stirring message was' Its first anniversary. Ex- Come and get your foul revived.
candle Visitors always welcome delivered 'by Rev. Chalk, "God theme ,was, "A Christian Yes, come to St. Matthews, the
votes 1835 NSW 54th StreetFr. Will Make A Way." We were ample, "taken from first Timo- church with a message and the

nomin NEW BETHEL BAPTIST E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar blessed to have one Joiner under thy 412. Shiloh's No. 2 choir sweetest music rendered the music. At 7
Veronica Q'Rrry, reporter Christian experience p.m ven.
city'strict 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. Antioch's No. 2 usher board and
Rev. G. Jones, pastor Summer Schedule of Services At 5:30: BTU /was held with choir No. 2 rendered service. Ml. CALVARY BAPTIST

Harlei: Sunday School ..,......... 9:45 a.m. and Rehearsals the director in charge. A very Pastor Foster 'brought the mes-
837 t+ Morning worship.................. 11:00: SUNDAYS: splendid ,panel ,discussion titled, sage taken from St. Matthew 16: Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor

PEOPBy Evening worship .................... 7:30: Matins. ............................ 7:45: a.m "The Importance of Coming to 18, subject, "The Church Where Oretha Holder reporter
Solemn Sung Mass and Church" was presented to the Jesus is a Member." There wasa

TRINITY WESLEYANRev. Sermon .................... 8:00: a.m union during the program !period halllelujah, time as Pastor Fos- Sunday School was,! opened at
versiacivil Church School and Adult Promptly at 7 p.m. devotional ter preached out of his soul. the usual hour by Sister Edna

) George E. Johnson, pastor Bible Class .... .. 9:30: a.m service waya.. conducted by the Thompson, prayer 'by Bro. Davis
elect1eelect1C Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter E. Y. Churchmen ........ 5:30: pin. deacons. Music for the night We acknowledged the presence Deacon (Martin was elected to

Sunday School.................. .9 a.m. Solemn Evensong and service was rendered by the No. of all our visitors and friends. I teach the adult and intermediate

years Morning worship .................... 11:00: Sermon .................. 7:00: p.m 2 choir. A very challenging and We hope you will come again. classes combined. Sunday Schoo!
Please remember the/ sick and
conten Young People's Meeting 5 p.m TUESDAYS: uplifting mes age was deliveredby was, attended by a 'very large
!' St. Vincent's Acolyte Rev. Stephens found Psalm shut-in all of your endeavors. number The lesson was beauti-

In'precei BETHANY BAPTIST Guild Meeting ....... 6:00: p.m. 1:7: subject "Wash Me." .fully explained by our own Rev.
<< WEDNESDAYS!: : Jn our prayers let us remem- EBENEZER METHODIST Melton, one of our young min-

Powe) 3316 NW 50th Street LOW Mass ................... 6:30: a.m ber the sick and those( :. In needof Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor isters.
cornel Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Evensong ........ .......... 8:00: pm I spiritual guidance. To the Ernestine L. Hambrick reporter
to Coy] Sunday School......... 9:30: a.m. THURSDAYS: public you are invited to come Morning prayer and song ser-

rankilComm Morning Service ............ 11 am St. Michael's ChoirRehearsal. and worship with us. Services were highly impor- vice was conducted by Deacon

BTU ................................ 5:30: p.m ................ 1:00: p.m tant throughout the day on sun- Williams and Larid. Prayer and
Labor Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m FRIDAYS: ,FIRST UNITARIANOn day. Rev. 'Hall was at his: (best as I song service was full of the Holy
the JComit Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m. St. Vincent's Acolyte he delivered two very touching, Ghost, and it /was enjoyed by all.

: Guild Rehearsal... 5:00: p.m Sunday, Am?. 24 at 11 a.m. and interesting sermons. i
The delivered
morning was -
the Rev. Glenn O. min- I message
comm Canfield
NOTICE Boy Scouts The pastor and church school
I by our own pator. His
"hav (Parish Hall) ........ 6:00: p.m. ister of the First Unitarian workers are back! after attendinga subject was, "He Told Her His
inter All men of St Peters African Note: Low Masses on all Holy Church Dixie Highway at SW fine day seSion of the Atlantic Secret," and while he deliveredthis
all It Orthodox Cathedral are requested and Saints days at 6:30: a.m. 29th Road, will return to the Coast area Leadership School the of
sermon spirit God was
tion jf to be present at 1725 NW 3rd Sung Mass on all weekly festivals pulpit, speaking on the subject, which was held at Claflin Col- in the dhurch, and within the

eral I court On Sunday, August 24, 3:30 at 6:00: am. "Constructive Chain (Reactions.. lege, Orangeburg, S. C. And hearts and soul of everyone. The
contnIslanc Summer
: p.m. to make plans for "The Church School is heldat again (Rev. Hall will leave on Rev. Greene prayed for the sin-
Men's Day program." MARTIN MEMORIAL AME 11 ajm.Community. Monday to attend the Area ners and heavy burdened.
I
can Group No. 3 will
Nathaniel Rolle, chairman Council which will convene at
soredlegisli Canon Charles F. Cooper, Richmond Heights hold a box supper at 6:30: p.m., Tuskegee, Ala. I Evening prayer and song ser-
rector Rev. Albert Jones, pastor Tuesday, Aug. 26 at Morning- The affair sponsored by the vice was conducted by Deacon
bills* Wilma M. Harris, reporter side Park, NE 55th Terr and the
: Senior U. B. No. 1 was a great Martin and Lucas and it was enjoyed -
Bro* NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Bay.Mr. financial success on Monday by all. The evening sermon -
Inspiration plus was the key-
o and Mrs. Tom Swaffordof They raised '$510. We must admit -I was delivered ,by Rev. W. P
my to C James E. Brown, pastor note of our services !beginningwith Hollywood- will (be hosts to they're the greatest. Tarpley, "The Place Called Cal.
Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'y Sunday School. We had a Community Group No. 1 for a "
vary. It ''Was another Holy Ghost
Iwouldco.mJU
( banner .attendance And three dlrousslon meeting on Wednesday Sunday is Young People's Dayat I
"Go into the land and made their Ebenezer. Let's all come out sermon.
ye more delegates reports Aug. 27, 8:15: p.m.
traitor: preach the Gospel" from the Sunday School Miss Mary Louise Becker, and enjoy .a day with our young TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.
voteda convention. At our morning ner- newly appointed director of the men and women. There's always

RClassure' Those were the words of our vices, the scripture lesson was Church School, will lead a teacher something wonderful in store for L. A. Thompson, pastor
Lord Saviour Jesus
and Christ, taken from the 24th Psalm and training workshop at the you on that day

tion. beloved and that is exactly has been what our was read by Rev. Jones. Rev. church on Friday, Aug. 29, 8 p.m. Choir No. 1 of Ebenezer this ,The Willing Workers' Club,
!pastor doing, Fred Hicfcs delivered the sermon Deacon A. J. Hanna, president,
8WIT' week mourns the loss of one of
in the
especially few weeks.
past taken from the will celebrate its eiigth anniver-
13th chapter of ST.
He MATTHEW AMEZ its most wonderful and well liked
I
rendered services in Blmini
, Genesis. We also Sunday at 3:30 An Interesting
It v' were honored members. Once again the wheelis sary pm -
identDe Bahamas. for one week and as I to have a dignitary of our dio- 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. 'broken. program has been pre-
Si soon as he returned to Miami, he cese worship with us in the per- Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Members of the choir express pared for the occasion. As evi-

dumpcratic immediately departed for Flem- son of Bishop W. F. Ball. L a is t Sunday School............. 9:45: are sincere sympathy to the !bereaved dence of the faithfulness of
mlnig[ -Fla. to render services but not least the'charming wives; Morning Worship 11 a.m. family. members of this. group, they

Powe]' there for a week and at the of these two distinguished gentle- Evening worship ..,......... 7:30: p.m. Thought of the week: "A have not missed ''a single week
he is in the of
could, present process men, also israve /brief but Inspiring Christian must /believe that. thereis rain or shine, in carrying out
revival services for
the 1SPON J two running weeks a in Homestead.Last talks. Mrs. Ball told of some MT. SINAI BAPTIST a God, and that God is good their activities and_ have made
of her experiences during her substantial financial quarterly
all
Sunday our services were stay In South Africa. It was Indeed Rev. S. A. Thomas, pattor I, and powerful. I reports to the church work. The

handled / an honor and a privilegeand public: is invited.
Th most spiritually our The religious activities in and ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL
tionwith pastor with his text for the hope they will come again
around the church are moving on The monthly fourth Sunday
morning services taken (from the soon. 408 N.W. 21st Street
chief Book of John 5:8-7: subject "The nicely. The Sunday School workas Rev. J. iB. Woodley, pastor variety program of religious
Plight of The Heaven" and the :At our evening service with a whole is holding (Its own In Nathaniel Thomas, reporterThe music will begin at 8 p.m. One
par the reading of the scripture from all phases of Its group activities. of the features will be the first
evening taken from the
lie a i message the 23rd Psalm. The It Is rather for of the Men's Chorus
male chorus encouraging one Unity School was calledto appearance ,
Book of Marks also 5:1-13: sub-
lam ject, "A Good, !Man in a, Bad from St. Paul AME of Miami, who knows, to note progress and order by sinking "Pass Me Brother J. H. (Johnson, president -
AI Fix." gave us a sermon In song and Improvement that this organization Not" at 9:45: a.m A very Interesting and Brother R. Hepburn
ian, their usher board served. The has made within the past lesson was taught on the director.

Ian 1 Sunday coming services twill chorus sang from the depths of few months, which means that subject, "Be a Friend to Everybody -
Negrt be as usual.. The regular servicesat their hearts and the spirit was "The church must show that the ." Monday evening, 8:30, the
truly present. :We thank universal spirit of Jesus Christcan senior choir and the !Excelsior
them
tion.a 11 ajn. and closing out God'sday A wonderful lesson 'was given
with evening services at 7 whole-heartedly and hope they work. It must not only pro- 'by the pastor at 11:30 ajn. His Social Club will present Misses
anti will again claim but show the that Man." Antoinette Spicer Maude New-
p.m. come soon. world subject was, "A New The bold Caroline SpIcer
Lillian
was --- Regular class meeting on ''Tuesday Christianity Insists that every devotional service was led by and
fie evening at 8 o'clock individual is a child of God." Deacon Cooper. Visiting !pastor Hepburn in a Musical and Literary -
Baha'i AssemblyMiss The \worship services were Rev. Jones from Friendship Baptist Concert at Temple. These
On Sunday evening the At- very spiritual both morning and, At 3 pan we organized young ladies are prepared to
Olive Alexander, executive lanta Life Chorus give a good account of ,them-
will render a evening. The pastor's disburse Pastor's Aid Union. Message was
director of the James E. selves. The donation is 50 cents.
service !beginning at 7:30.: I ,
Scott Community Association in song : for the morning was taken from given by Rev. Smith of Greater

Liberty City, will discuss "The The Women's Auxiliary to the Phil 4:15: theme "Faith In Christis .New Bethel. The Ministers and Deacons'
So God Who Walks With Men" at trustee !board will hat The Victory. The evening II The YPCL was led by Sister, Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist
sponsor ,
+ naat the Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th band party on Friday night, sermon's text: Matt. :512.: Read Wallace by singing ""Shine On Association meets at Temple

Ave., 7:45: pjn. Sunday, Aug. 24. August 22 at the home of Mrs. these passagds at your leisure. Me." I August 29-31. The 'welcome pro-
de All races and faiths .are cordially Mildred Flunroy, 14221 Polk et The pastor was very good In his The evening devotion was led gram will be Thursday 8 pm. An
ne Invited. delivery.The by Deacon Shofcwell. Rev. Wood- Inspiring session is anticipated.The .
aull Visitors are .always (welcome at Vacation Bible Schoolwas ley delivered the message. (His
cI l our church. Won't you come and successfuly carried on at the subject was "A Revival at The women of the church met
FF worship with us.Coconut. church for the past ten days Foot of The :Mountain." Music Wednesday evening, Aug. 13 and
CIa NOTICEAll with a large attendance of young was rendered by No. 1 choir all selected Mrs. Miriam Hepburn,
Ij'IN Church notices MUST be people. The faculty numbered 10 chairman, and Mrs. Mary Owen,
day.This
typewritten double ,paced teachers with three substitutes. is the week that our revival co-chairman for Woman's Day.A .

p 1 1t' and on one sheet of paper. Copy!I Rev Thomas was the character begins. Let us come out number of captains have vol-
MUST be Into our office by 8''' story reader; Mrs. Harolean and win some souls. unteered, and the ladies begin
try p.m. Tuesday of each week to.. Grove Storr was the principal.: She ren- In our' prayers let us remem- their activities with a sale on the
mlvH Insure Inaertlon.-Church Editor. BARGAIN ered outstanding service to the ber the sick' and those in needof church ground Friday evening.See .
$14. OO, Duplex CBS school. On last Friday eveningwe spiritual guidance.RICHMOND how they runt!
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A Letter to The MARY DOUSE THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper"


1.0, Voters } PLAYGROUNDQUEEN I II SATURDAY AUGUST 23, 1958 PAGE 15


1. .
The following are "
you should vote lor Claude reasons Pep-why Mary Alice Douse 14yearold8th .......--........-.-......:.. Skies of gray, I'm vile!

per for United States Senator: irrader of Booker T. WashIngton Drenched by rain I mutter,
i iI \Mr. Pepper was the right band, iHJgh. School was elected- PUNPHUNBy Comes hurricane I shutterl
man of the world beloved Frank-. Queen of the
Playgrounds of the
lin assisted Mr. SAMMY DAVIS
Miami area, and was crowned in ,
Roosevelt In reshaping our ceremonies held Saturday night T .......-.....................................
n economy as to 'ward off future at Bayfront Park auditorium a ,t JR. TO PLAY
One hurricane record has been
e depresrions. Thru Social Security
during one of the
I benefits money continues to cir- teenage dances Saturday night nifty since "50, but will it con- TV ROLE
sponsored by the
h culate thru big and little business tinue- The blow by blow des-
,, and because of this Northwest Miami Junior Cham- ccriptions of this year's crop so Hollywood, Calif. (ANP) -
fact ber of
Commerce
t prosperity is perpetuated. and the City far indicates it will, but one nev- I Sammy Davis Jr., has been signed -
of Miami Recreation Department. I 'by the General Electric Thea-
When er knows. Hurricanes were givenwomen's
/working people have
work nc Mary Alice who lives at 1739 names because they are tre for a key role In a TV dra-
C they have no money. When NW First court entered the final
: the igreat of so unpredictable. You've got to ma, "Operation Little Joe..
mass workers haveno contest ar Queen of Park
Dorsey
money business activities of title keep your eye on them espec- Sammy will play the role of
which
she
a had in
won
a
every kind slow down ially when their eye is on you. an embittered American soldierIn
our previous
and contest. She
economy become disordered and was escorted I'm no expert, but 1 was bornin Germany after World War 11.
2e by Leo John.on.Other the Windy City and breezed
not only does the worker suffer
tout big and little business- contestants In the final __ _u_ into (Miami in 1946 (B.C. (Before
also suffer. When buying and competition was Shirley Saunders the Calm), so I should know RICHMOND HEIGHTS
C selling :tops manufacturing also ,. 17, senior at Carver High; Ronald ,R. Young of Montgomery which way the wind is 'blowing.
I. stops and when these (things She had previourly won the title Ala., ton of 'Mrs. Mary Climatic conditions have always Finest community LivingNon
happen we have distress every- of Queen of Grove Park. Shirleywas Master's degree in Education 're- held my attention like so .
e masters degree in education recently Sunny day I smile
where. escortel by James Corbett. 1
...
from Alabama State Col-
3i There are'perr.ons who are And the other contestant was
lege in Montgomery. 'Mr. Youngwas Surgical Treatment
Carolyn Walters 14, 8th
much opposed to social security tgrader
of the 1941
member
a grad
benefits and they are trying to at BTW of 339 NW 13th at., I uating class of Booker T. Wash- FOR SALE Hernia e Piles
do away with them. Senator I Apt. 1. Carolyn is the Queen of ington High School. lie played LOTS Rupture (Hemorrhoids)
Pepper is the poor man's friend Dixie Park and was escorted by
quarterback with the football
I Easy Terms DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Walter
and 'will Armstrong.
safeguard his interest,
team of that school. He was bet-
and that is ,the reason I am vot- The queen of all playgrounds' ter known As "Superman" dur- Build on your lot general health, service
ing for and supporting Mr. Pep iwas crowned by last year's queen, ing his hijh school days. or mine 21 8. W. 13th Ave. ./
t per. I hope all voters who be- Barbara Williams. Shirley |and We take care of financing Phone FR 3.2748 .
lieve in truth and logic will do Carolyn 'were attendants to the! Upon entering Alabama State Add Life to Year land
likewise. queen. Franklin Ross. served as College he played quarterbadk NO' MONEY DOWN
Years Life
I to \If
master of ceremonies for the for the Hornets during his '
Very truly yours yearsof Cash paid lor your lots or :
R. H. Bennett occasion. stury there. In '47 he receivedhis home REDUCESpecial
B. S. degree ''Medication

Social Security HAILE SELASSIETO (tHis professional experience Includes Baron, JE 8.1340

the following: (Athletic
Checks Unclaimed VISIT GHANAADDIS coach at St. Jude Catholic school

since 1948. Supervisor of Veter-
"Mainy people fail to receive I ABABA (ANP) an'r Program at same school. He THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes
all the social security checks to Haile Selassie Emperor of is a licensed realtor in the state
which ,they are entitled" sayf Ethiopia has accepted an Invi- of Alabama. and Lots for sale in all areas of Dade County
Edward P. Blonston District tation to visit Ghana, the new I
i Manager of the Miami Social Security African nation. The Invitation! Mr. Young is rated as the most Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED
Office at 234 NE 79th at. was extended during a recent outstanding coach of small team
Some people: by the nature of visit of Prime Minister Nkrumahto in the state. 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 43297S.
Ethiopia when he made a tour
their employment or self-employ- of the countries which partici- The team during the past 10 Hutcheson Jr. Registered Real Estate Broker
ment do not work during all pated in the conference of Inde- years has Won 66 games, lost ,
months of the year. They may 7 and tied :3. Has been district
pendent African States 1
a I t
have large earnings for the entire April. and city champion: five times. -
calendar year (but due to
the /weather or the 'nature of Announcement of the accep- He recently served as lecturerin
their! work do not render services tance was made last week but a coaching clinic held at Ala-
no date has been set. The Empress bama State
during all months of the College
.
of Ethiopia expressed her DELUXE TV

year.Mr.. I Blonston gives as an example interest toy presenting Mrs. Nkitumah lie is affiliated with civic organizations -
gold ornaments through ot the city and Alpha
the of !Fred
brickyard case'worker who Jones earns a the Prime Minister. I I Phi Alpha fraternity. PL 4-7318 1208 N.W. 62nd St. PL ,4-7318

about $4000 per year. Due to

weather conditions the manu- PICTURE TUBES
facturing of brick Is stopped RICHMOND HEIGHTS I 00

from December 1 through March Drive Carefully (Installed)

11 each year. Fred Jones is entitled Build a home of your choice; $2 Plus 21 in .............................................. $35

to receive checks for the Parts 17 in. ................. ...... .....,............. '$25
months of December through
March by notifying his district : Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted, ;:2 Yr. Guarantee

office in December when the Guaranteed ............................. ... $4.75
f
plant closes. tr -

Mr. Blonston gives another example i.A i' ,- Late Records ..... ................. 4 for $1.00
of a self-employed person ;'.. Radios
Class Rings Luggage Watches
Advertisement
who operated a concession at an f '

amusement May through park September.in the monthsof This k. WkJ :\ .1 Guaranteed Watches ..., from $8.95 Fortune Teller Does The Unbelieveable
.'"
person who had approximately Y' < DAVID JEWELERS
$3,600 net profit would be entitled .11188 This statement was made by d ,
"r N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 '
to social security benefitsfor Cleve Corbin of Chattanooga, ,
the months!: of October thru Tenn. ,
April as he war not rendering "I had been to many fortunetellers ,,, s f., ,,1
substantial services In selfem- and gyp Jes, who called

ployment during those. months.Mr. Courtesy Bus Service Miami 36, Florida themelves Indians, but they took
Blonston invites any per- my money and never did me r
son who thinks he may be entitled COLEMAN'SGULF any good. A newspaper Editor
to one or more months' social told me about Doc Anderson and
security benefits to call at SERVICE STATIONSWASH showed me where I could ordera t' r
the disrict office at his earliest double offer from him of Fast
convenience.The POLISH WAX TIRI ftlPAIRINQ Luck Biblical Incen e (Rev. 8.4. 5/ '
Miami office services the ROAD SERVICE OAS OIL AND LUBRICATION Psalms 16 and 23)) with a LUCKY '
area of Dade County north of NUMBER inside and the Mezuzah 6
61st st. in Miami all of Hlaleah EXPERT AUTO RIPAIRINQ the beautiful LuCk Charm ,
which has the promise God made ,
of 61st
north
and Miami Beach
st.. to the Broward County line. ,,276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Avenue to Moses inscribed' Irv ide (Deut. '

PHONE PR '.oii$ PHONE PR 4.f"' 6 V 4.9)). It is worn by millions r

LEGAL NOTICE PR .WI7 bring to turn Good away Luck.Evil Influences and f

Notice is hereby given that My luck sure did change and '
the undersigned Dante E. Scola I[ was able to tee Doc Anderson Cftvi Corbin
and Silvio E. Scoia desiring to .- in his office and how glad I
engage in business under the am that I lld '0. I had been blind for three years and had been to
fictitious name many doctors, but they didn't do anything for me. After visiting
DOR CHA Inc. Doo Anderson a few times my eycright came back and I thanked ..
Scola Bros. Service ,Station God that he had helped me through this wonderful man Doc Anderson
Intend to register said name with doesn't claim to be a medical doctor but he put his hands on me
the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof and we prayed. Since I have been to him my nature has been restored trsa .
Dade County, Florida. and now I am very happy in my love-life and am successful
,financially in every way.I .
Is! Dante E. Scolas ,Real Estate Rentals am putting this In the paper of my own accord to help others
| | Silvio E. Scola who might need to go and lee this wonderful man to straighten out
their lives Doc Anderson can do any special rNork you want done.
August 9, 16, 23, 300RAJEL -'- TO ORDER hU double offer send $6.00 plus 6c poitatfe or pay post-

man $6.00 plus charges. $6.00 is the price of his double offer only
N.W.2nd Ave.Phone not his price for any personal work. To tee him in person call
1009 CANAL 2-9719 for appointment or write DOC II. C, ANDERSON 302
Wett: Gordon Ave., Rosivllle Ga. "Doc" Anderson would appreciateit
, if you would not call after 10:00 o'clock at night or before 8:00:


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THE MIAMI TIMES The Peoples' Newspaper" Mrs. McNeal Brings Mrs. McNeal's wood-fibre orchids Twenties Club; Mrs. Cecelia Lee
Chroniclegave of Stun hine
The Michigan Community Club;
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1958 ( ([ the' Florida exhibit a won Mrs. Eunice Cletnmons and Mrs. '
Top Honors .to derful write up. Margaret Adderley of :the. .'Phyl, ,
While: in Detroit, Mrs. McNeal lis Wheatley Club.' -
FOR SALE DUPLEX VALUE Miami and FloridaMrs. was royally entertained by i I
1' H,495 Cash friends from her native home
BEAUTIFUL CBS 2 bedroom
home in perfect condition., extra Beautiful CBS Annette (Edwards McNeal, Thomasville, Ga. and 'by Talla- JPeavys Host to "
large corner lot, beautiful land One bedroom each tide arts and craft teacher at Dorsey dega College classmates. She attended
scape. $2,000 down, $64.13 month. One side furnished Junior High School and arts the annual Talladega
5911 NW 11th ave., phone PLaza EZ chairman for the Federated Wo-. Alumni Regional at Fox Lake., Royal 20'sThe
46101. 1 Total men's Clubs of (Florida, attendedthe I Indiana. She also felt her vacation I
I $13, National Association of Colored incomplete without !seeing Royal Twenties Women's
BEAUTIFUL. 3-plece. Sectional Women's Clubs in Detroit, Canada, and therefore, availed Club held its meeting Aug. 10,
If sofa, lipstick red, excellent condition NEAR 58TH STREET July 28 to Aug. 1, and brought herself of the opportunity of a at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
$50 3 cornices and 3' $995 Down top honors to Miami and Florida. trop to Windsor, Ontario. Peavy at 5 pm. Highlight of the
pair draperies to match $15.00 1 She carried an art exhibit that Enroute (home she visited meeting was the party given last
HI 61742. Mortgage Payment was most outstanding; so muchso friends in Chicago for a week, Friday night, Aug., 15. Full report -
complete I Nicely painted 2 bedroom CBS that she brought back three then to Nashville to attend the will be given in another
'53 NASH No down payment,. Stove and Refrigerator sweep stake several first and graduation ceremonies of a former article.
PL 80171. Hardwood Floors second prizes and two trophiesto student, Mrs.' Albertha' John- Hats off to Mrs. Dunn, club
See today keep until the next National I con Caldwell, at Tennessee State president, who along with the
$ $995 DOWN Meeting in New York. College. members are doing a fine Job in
New 3 bedroom CBS, large $13,500 Total ,The exhibit consisted of ceram- Other Miamians attending the their wonk. Success is ours if we
corner lot, below 79th St. Pay 5 BEDROOMS, 2% BATH ics, leather, crocheted bedspreads National Association of Colored continue to try. After I adjourn-
ments less than rent. earrings aprons and Women's Clulbs were: Mrs ment a delightful repast was
TRIO REAL ESTATE CO. CBS flowers. At the convention, the Myrtle Davis, past president of served. .
ladies did not feel state and member of Club Mrs. A. Dunn,
PL 9.8372 801 N.W. 54th St. $2,495 Down they were Quest president
a+ ready unless they wore one of Mrs. Carle Daniels of the RoyallFair I Mrs. G. Thurston, reporter

FOR RENT Partly Furnished 1G.t.1"' '' ...,,'....,......._......_ ___.3C:-;- .. .",.. ."' IF.....................................--........................--- ----
Large rooms, carport :6 9r
FURNISHED two 'bedroom housein Nicely landscaped
Liberty City. Private sur $18,500;: Total
roundlngs. Prefer quiet, sober Realty is Easy to Buy From
adult None other need apply. Gold Coast Realty
House address: 1577 NW 70th '
4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
'
St. Information, NA 16654. ,.41'J
PL 1.2426 : VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645

ROOM for rent (man only) 901 ,
NW 3rd 'ave, apt. 203. Rate u nr r eup o s
reasonable. Sales LadiesOver

SHED, 40 years old, salary and I
FInw ( Efficiency Apt. commission, car necessary. Mus
Light, water end gas, furnished live in Coconut Grove South
$14 week, call PL 81909. Miami, Homestead or Florida
I City, Call JEfferson 82313. !
ROOM for rent to a clean-cut 1 Y \k dyra I
single 'man, in private home. t It
5820 NW 17th Al ( if
I Fh
ROOM for a nice single man or I
single woman. Sober, in a lovely
((Liberty City home, 5710 NW ,
19th ave. NE 4-8466. t. .
I !; I
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath house and .
room in Edison Center. Call or '
come, PL 8-3781, 1260 NW 69th I
St. 1 diil! i. __ II II I

WANTEDNURSERY I

Mn ..
SCHOOL Teacher, 18 dy. M'x L.wy t ? I
to '25 years. Minimum training,
two yg irs college. (Pianist pre-

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KINDERGARTEN NE 4-4308. i Teacher. A30 Ph. WHY PAY RENT'?

NA 1-7381.
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EXPERIENCED Beautician, plenty .
of work. Williams: Beauty New 3-bedroom CBS Homes Waterfront

Shop, 4334 NW_27th ave.,_ near
Booker Terrace.. Phone NE 44796or ZEKE BRADY Only $795 Down
. '.
NE 43160. ,. Pant Potentate
",."" n.nPw.Zeke fv
CHILD CARE Brady, past potentate and 1 MORTGAGE NO CLOSING COSTS

WILL TAKE CARE of children at founder 149, Grand of Kazah, Temple' of No. Move right in to this beautiful custom built 3-bedroom CBS home at
Organizer
Elks( ,
1 my PL home 7-0227., 1390 Mrs.NW Palmer.Stanley's 59th.St., call recently returned from the Bahamas 1885 N.W., 155th St., Opa ILocka, with built in oven and range. Closeto
i /where he was guest of public and high schools. Several, ;'other finished models now avail

the 'Bahamas State Association in able. Why (pay :rent. Be smart. Buy now. Priced very low. Hurry 1
.
Nassau. The convention, headedby
.
Market' State President Dr. Jackson
Burnside, was a tremendou NEW BEDROOM !CBS HOMES CORNER INCOME
1900 N.W. 4th Court
success. Mrs. Rosa Lee Brady $495 DOWN BEST BUY YET
FRESH MEAT accompanied her husband on the Terrific location. City water, buson
i North Miami Beach beauties. City
trip.JACKSON'S.
VEGETABLESGROCERIES Burdine corner. All fenced in on 3 lots.
water. Close to largest
Furnished. Good rental. Must see
and Food Fair shopping center.
i .i ,BEER WINEs to appreciate. Bl location. Lots
TODDLE INNRegister See yellow ,model on corner of NE
s worth of entire if
l"j
i DRUGS NOTIONS Now 14th Ave. and NE 151st Terrace. price property,
have this will make
1 Free Delivery Priced low $20 week pays all. you money
3038 N.W. 48th Terr. you much more.

PHONE FR 4.9403 NE 4-4308 NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME $595 DOWN

$395 DOWN See this stucco 2-bedroom, partly
furnished, all jalousied house. Location -
r Carver Ranch. See 5300 S.W. 19th 5810 N.W. 13th Ave. City

ti 't St. Perfect ,if you work in Hallan- water, second bedroom has separate -
TV SICK ? dale, West ''Hollywood or ''Dania. entrance and good for rental.

Total price only $7,995. CBS, tile Stove and refrigerator goes with

roof. house. Hurry.

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9
p.m.
NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS CUSTOM LIBERTY CITY CBS3BEDROOM

,. SAME DAY SERVICE BUILT
-
"
'-", i ." ,v' : $99S.DOWN $995 DOWN

ALL, MAKES ALL MODELS Brown Sub. See, finished :model at See 2020NW.::' 71st St. Call us to

:3026 .N.W. :51.t,'Terr. We lave see inside: Priced low. Good buy I

.4 Picture-Tube r Special17inch ; ,keys. Also ,2 lot' now available to :.. : CBS -. DUPLEX'hARGE"'LOrt.... J.... ..._ I

build as this model on S.S. 61st 2-bedrooms each !apartment. Separate
-$22.95 21-inch-$29.95 St. between N.W. 21st and N.W. living rooms. Dining rooms,

j 22nd Ave. modern bath, kitchen, good rental!
4 Terrific location. City water. 75x: :
LATCH 'ON TO THIS BARGAIN LOTS SEE US WE HAVE CASH 106 lot. Landscaped. Tile roof.

Buyers Best Prices Obtained Our idea of a real good investment.
Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95

t RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick service >J d<< -

$ FAIR REALTY


I a Vets Radio & TV (0.I I rH>M%< We are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. including Sundays

>o 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL
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